CALED’s 2022 Webinar Wednesday

CALED’s Webinar Wednesday is free for our members. For non-members the cost is $55.00 per webinar. All CALED webinars will be held from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (PST)

*Please note: If you have questions regarding your registration, please contact Helen Schaubmayer at least 24 hours prior to live webinar to receive a quick response. Registration closes 24 hours prior to live webinar.

June 1, 2022 1-2pm PST

Tourism and Economic Development Organizations

Tourism is a large and important industry in California and in many of the state’s local communities—learn about initiatives deploying money to communities for tourism-related activities and tips on how economic development organizations (EDOs) can incorporate tourism in their work.

Panelists:

  • John Lambeth; President & CEO; Civitas
  • Larry Vaupel; Director of Economic Development; City of Vista

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CALED’s Webinar Wednesday is free for our members. For non-members the cost is $55.00 per webinar.

Please note that after registering for the event, you will receive a separate email from our webinar platform (GoToWebinar) with the link you will use to log into the webinar. This will be sent on the Monday/Tuesday prior to the webinar.

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Upcoming Webinars:

Wednesday, June 1, 9-10 am – Special Webinar: Economic Development & the Surplus Lands Act

Don’t miss this timely opportunity to learn about the Surplus Lands Act (SLA), and its impact on economic development uses of publicly owned land. After hearing from economic developers at CALED’s conference and seeing the introduction of AB 2357 (Ting), we know this is a top priority for many of you. This webinar will:

1)      Provide a quick background on the SLA

2)      Share feedback we are hearing about the impacts of the SLA on economic development

3)      Brief you on key legislation related to the SLA that could further undermine local economic development uses

4)      Explain next steps you can take to engage on this issue

Presenters:

Robert Burris, Deputy Chief Economic Development Officer, Rural County Representatives of California

Jennifer McLain Miramoto, Economic Development Director, City of Ontario

Dan Carrigg, Political Consultant, Dan Carrigg Consulting

Alex Lawrence, RSG, Inc.

This webinar is only open to CALED members. There is no charge to attend this webinar, but you must register at this link by Tuesday, May 31, 12 pm.  A separate link to the webinar will be sent to you on Tuesday, May 31 directly from the GoToWebinar platform.


July 6, 2022 – Economic Development Resiliency and Recovery Playbook

CALED created an Economic Recovery & Resiliency Playbook, funded by an EDA CARES Act grant, that focuses on providing tools, tactics, and resources for communities responding to or preparing for an economic disruption. This webinar will discuss the playbook and show economic developers how being strategic and planning for resiliency will better prepare your community to meet future challenges that cause economic disruptions and will advantageously position it for a faster recovery.

Panelists:

  • Malinda Matson, Economic Development Representative; U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration
  • Gurbax Sahota; President & CEO; CALED
  • Michelle Stephens; Program Director; CALED

For a recorded copies of webinars please contact Helen Schaubmayer.  Please note that some recordings may not be available.

CALED Event Cancellation Policy

CALED is pleased to incur expenses on your behalf to process your registration. If necessary, you may cancel your registration up to seven days before the day of the event and your registration fee, less a 15 per cent handling fee, will be credited to a future CALED event of your choice or your CALED membership (to be used within a 12-month period). All cancellations must be sent to CALED in writing in order to be valid. CALED does not provide cash refunds for any reason. Registrants who cancel less than seven days before the day of the event and all no shows are responsible for full payment. You may make a substitution at any time.