Sociable City Leadership Summit

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Add to Calendar 2017-02-12 00:00:00 2017-02-12 00:00:00 Sociable City Leadership Summit RHI’s Sociable City Leadership Summit convenes a global network of those seeking to maximize opportunity and reduce risk of a vibrant nighttime economy. A sociable city plans for people’s need for connection by enhancing vibrancy in public and private space, assuring safety, both in venues and outside, and managing impacts on quality of life. Join 200 participants from dozens of cities representing diverse perspectives with nightlife districts in various stages of development. Whether you are a music city, college city or destination city, you can share your success and gather a toolkit and important networking contacts to manage your challenges. Visit the website to learn more: http://www.rhiweb.org/summit/ Austin, Texas Austin, Texas noreply@air.org America/New_York public

RHI’s Sociable City Leadership Summit convenes a global network of those seeking to maximize opportunity and reduce risk of a vibrant nighttime economy. A sociable city plans for people’s need for connection by enhancing vibrancy in public and private space, assuring safety, both in venues and outside, and managing impacts on quality of life.

Join 200 participants from dozens of cities representing diverse perspectives with nightlife districts in various stages of development. Whether you are a music city, college city or destination city, you can share your success and gather a toolkit and important networking contacts to manage your challenges.

Visit the website to learn more: http://www.rhiweb.org/summit/


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