Hartford, Connecticut (PRWEB) March 02, 2015
Join the Hartford Business Journal Friday, March 20 for the Second Annual Municipal Collaboration Summit at the Hartford Hilton in Hartford, Conn.
The event is an opportunity for mayors, school board members, superintendents, town attorneys, town engineers, town financial services professionals and town managers alike, to participate in a series of workshops and panel presentations focused on the benefits of collaboration for efficiency and cost control.
We are delighted to present this opportunity for our cities leaders to collaborate as they continue to implement positive changes throughout their communities, said Joe Zwiebel, founding publisher of the Hartford Business Journal.
The Municipal Collaboration Summit will kick-off with an Opening Session from Connecticut House Speaker J. Brendan Sharkey, D-Hamden. A variety of workshops will follow on the following topics:
Leveraging Connections for Better and Cheaper Municipal Services
Promoting Regional Collaboration to Achieve Savings
M.O.R.E. Commission: What’s Next
Municipal Fraud Protection
Transparency and Open Public Data
Opportunities and Barriers: Inter-town Cooperation
Integrating Non-educational School-town Operations
Municipal Finance and Bonding: Opportunities to Collaborate
C.H.O.S.E.N. Collaborative Hands on STEM Education Network
Tickets to the Municipal Collaboration Summit are $ 40 per person. Municipal/town/city elected officials can register for free. To register, visit http://www.hartfordbusiness.com.
The presenting sponsor for the Municipal Collaboration Summit is Updike, Kelly & Spellacy. The supporting sponsor is CREC. Event sponsors include: Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.; CohnReznick and Comcast Business. Event partners include: Co-Communications, Marketing and Public Relations; Hartford Hilton; J. Fiereck Photography; Panera Catering; Shoreline AV and The Perfect Promotion.
About Hartford Business Journal
Hartford Business Journal is the only audited weekly, subscription-based business publication in Connecticut. Whether its market trends, the latest merger news or an update on state government, this award-winning weekly is the must read for area business leaders. Hartford Business Journal has a total readership of 25,000 affluent and educated business decision makers in the 61 towns that make up Metro Hartford. For more information, please visit http://www.hartfordbusiness.com or call 860.236.9998.