Real Estate/Development Conference
The INTERSECTION 2022
Join us as we dive into a half-day discussion on the innovation of housing, workplaces, and mobility/logistics in Georgia, and how we compare to national trends. We are living – and doing business and creating public policy – in the most dynamic moment in the history of the built environment. The very definitions and perceptions of every indoor and outdoor space on the planet are changing. Register today for the 2nd Annual INTERSECTION Quality Development Conference.
33rd Annual Four Pillar Tribute
Honoring Carol Tomé
Join the Council's 33rd Annual Four Pillar Tribute on October 20, 2022 at 6:00 PM at the Georgia World Congress Center. This year we're excited to honor Carol Tomé, CEO of UPS, for her extensive economic contributions to Atlanta and beyond. Click below or visit www.FourPillarTribute.com for sponsorship opportunities and event tickets.
Join the Council's Next Virtual Meeting
Coffee & Conversations
Current, new, and prospective members are invited to join our leadership team for our next Coffee & Conversations virtual meeting on July 21 from 9-10 AM. We'll share the Council's purpose and mission and all that we do for our members around the region.
leadership development program for young professionals
2022 ELI Now Enrolling
ELI is the Council's emerging leaders professional development program geared toward the industry's next generation of leadership. We host networking events, leadership panels, policy discussions, and more throughout the year in order to ensure our young professionals are well-equipped to take on leadership roles in the future. ELI memberships are available to all members of the Council.
Come Meet With Us
Keep informed of important issues and developments that affect metro Atlanta while cultivating business relationships and develop strategies that create business-friendly and responsible policy.
Community Improvement Districts
Advocating for Metro Atlanta
CIDs are a productive and pro-active approach to accomplishing major feats that pool common interests benefitting the entire region. Not only are CIDs powerful drivers of economic development, but they are also valuable in strengthening the unique character of each metro Atlanta area.
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