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ADAPTING TO THE CHANGING BUSINESS CULTURE IN NYC

RESILIENT CITY: HOW GOTHAM HAS OVERCOME THE CRISES OF THE PAST AND HOW IT WILL SURVIVE THE FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 2009

June 30, 2009
 
Event Type: Chapter Event
 
Chapter: New York
 
Description:
The Facilities Planning and Design Committee will investigate the changing business climate in New York City specific to business landscape, the real estate market, and interior design. This session, the first in a series of three, will discuss how we became one of the most successful urban environments in North America. What makes us able to overcome the challenges of economic and physical disasters? Why are we so resilient and what made us great to start? SPEAKER: Professor Kenenth Jackson, Columbia University Professor Jackson is Director of the Herbert H. Lehman Center for the Study of American History and the Jacques Barun Professor of History and Social Sciences at Columbia University, where he has also chaired the Department of History. Cocktails and Hors D'Oeuvres to follow
 
Event Url: Registration
 
Contact:
Ellen Kushman
ekushman@kellencompany.com
 
Location:
Interface Flor Showroom
404 Park Avenue South
New York City, NY
 
Time:
06:00 PM
 
*CEU - .1 credits
 

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