The Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA) will host its first regional economic development summit on Thursday 16 November. The event will take place at the newly refurbished Greyhound bus station in Birmingham city centre. Tickets for the event are available for purchase for $50. Sponsorship opportunities and additional event details can be found on the BBA website.

The summit aims to bring together businesspeople, business leaders, government officials, chamber leaders and community leaders to engage in discussions and strategy sessions on the future of economic development in the Greater Birmingham region. It serves as an opportunity for individuals from different sectors to unite and collaborate for the betterment of the community.

Alabama Secretary of Commerce Greg Canfield will deliver the keynote address during the summit luncheon. His talk will shed light on the importance of economic development and the power of collective efforts to bring about positive change. Fostering cooperation and collaboration, the event seeks to inspire partnership among its participants.

The summit will include sessions covering a range of topics, such as site selection, land planning, retail and industrial development and marketing strategies. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and information on these topics.

For more information about the event, including ticket sales and session details, individuals are encouraged to visit the BBA website. The Regional Economic Development Summit promises to be an informative and effective gathering aimed at driving economic growth and transformation in the Greater Birmingham region.

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