Events and Webinars

CALED’s 2017 Webinar Wednesday
Professional Development Schedule

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

Archive List

To download a printable version of the 2017 Webinar Schedule please click here. Titles and descriptions are subject to change.

From Application to Approval: The process and politics of getting a project to completion on June 7, 2017

You have 5 minutes to summarize years of work to city council members to vote in favor of a project. This presentation will take the audience on a journey from the first preliminary application to project approval, through the eyes of a Developer working with city staff.  This session will cover the role of the economic developer in partnership with planning, and explore tools between the two disciplines to streamline industry attraction, project approvals and investment.

This webinar has been cancelled.

Update from GO-Biz on July 5, 2017

Join CALED and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development as they discuss programs and tools to assist your community.

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Registration for this webinar will close on July 3, 2017.

Worker Cooperatives and Ownership on August 2, 2017

Learn how employee-owned companies can help strengthen your community.

Legislative Update: Environment Legal Issue on September 6, 2017

This webinar will review new and proposed environmental statutes and trends that affect economic development efforts.

Tools and Tactics for Business Retention and Expansion on October 4, 2017

Listen to our expert speakers as they discuss innovative strategies to straighten your BRE program.

Attracting Talent! on November 1, 2017

Our experienced speakers will discuss the practices to secure and retain a skilled workforce.

Tech Tools for Economic Development on December 6, 2017

Technology is here to stay, learn how to use different platforms to promote and attract businesses to your community.

For a recorded copy of the webinar please contact Jillian Boyd.  Please note that some recordings may not be available.