ACG Minnesota Luncheon - The Greater MSP
Come hear about how the Greater MSP region is taking a big step forward to compete in the global economy at the Oct. 16 Minnesota chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth luncheon. Michael Langley, CEO of the Minneapolis Saint Paul Regional Economic Development Partnership, will discuss how the organization was launched and its mission and vision to market our region and enhance business retention and attraction.
Michael Langley is the founding CEO of GREATER MSP, the Minneapolis Saint Paul Regional Economic Development Partnership. GREATER MSP leads global promotion, regional strategy, and project management for economic growth and job creation in the Minneapolis Saint Paul region, with over three million residents and a Gross Metropolitan Product of over $200 Billion. He brings years of experience to the role as a widely recognized economic development strategist who has also led successful regional economic development organizations in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Prior to becoming an economic development practitioner, Michael led a successful corporate career, spent primarily in the technology sector working in leadership positions for a number of Westinghouse/CBS divisions, including serving as President and CEO of Westinghouse Audio Intelligence Devices, Inc., a world leader in wireless surveillance technology.
A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Mike also earned a MS in information systems from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He served as a Navy pilot with more than 5,000 hours of flight and crew time on surveillance and intelligence missions worldwide and as a technology analyst on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. He has also been awarded an honorary doctorate in Humanities by American Intercontinental University for his work in community improvement.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
80 South 8th Street
IDS Center - 50th Floor
Windows on Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Non Member $75.00
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