Saint Mary's Project | Bringing Jobs to Antioch: Project Presentations

Date & Time:
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 - 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location:
Online
Description: 

Final Project Presentations:

Saint Mary's Business Students Investigate, Analyze and Inspire Economic Development in Antioch

 

Join us as five groups of undergraduate business administration students from Saint Mary's College of California share the findings and analysis of their work, in the culminating phase of a yearlong project, and provide recommended strategies to inspire economic development throughout the Somersville focus area.

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The Antioch Chamber of Commerce, the City of Antioch, and Saint Mary’s College of California Center for the Regional Economy have joined forces to find ways to improve the economically depressed Somersville commercial corridor in Antioch.

SCHEDULE

  • Welcome and Opening Remarks – Richard Pagano, CEO, Antioch Chamber of Commerce
  • Project Introduction – Dr. Berna Aksu, Director, Center for the Regional Economy
  • Overview of Somersville Area - Kwame Reed, Economic Development Director, City of Antioch
  • Presentations - Dr. Marco Aponte-Moreno, Professor
  • Break - Judges deliberate
  • Mayor’s Reaction to Presentations - Sean Wright, Mayor, City of Antioch
  • Presentation of Awards Closing – Richard Pagano/Berna Aksu

 

Sponsored By: Somersville Towne Center, Antioch Community Foundation, Republic Services, Genesis Landscape, Inc and Julie Neward

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