Newsletter - February 2016
 
Featured Projects

Upcoming Events
Economic Impact of GCCW
ESI was commissioned by the Sustainable Business Network and Green Stormwater Infrastructure Partners to measure and articulate the local economic impact of Green City, Clean Waters ("GCCW") in its first 5 years of existence.  Check out the full report  here and the presentation  here

Coming soon... ESI Blog
We are proud to announce that ESI will be launching its blog on February 12th. At least once a week, we'll turn over the space to an expert from our staff or network of senior advisors, partners and friends to discuss economics, real estate, transportation, and urban development.
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City Council Reception, March 16
A great networking opportunity
Come to honor those who helped improve the quality of life for immigrants


PACDC's Gala and Awards Ceremony,
April 21
Celebrate the best of community development
Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn from the "parking rock star" himself!
Last Month's Highlights
  • Steve also spoke at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce's event "Growth Matters: Working with Manufacturers to Expand our Regional Economy". Recap of the event available here.
  • Ethan Conner-Ross talked about the work we'll be doing with Visit Philly at their Annual Breakfast. 
  • Lee Huang spoke at the Wilmington Business Leaders Network on January 19. 
Econsult Solutions Advisory Board

With the arrival of Nancy Mifflin, Terry Gillen and Alan Greenberger, the firm is strengthening its capacity to break into new markets. Reaching out to new senior advisors will be key to support our growth efforts and we're excited about the possibilities ahead.

In other news:
Client Spotlight

Check out what some of ESI's clients have been up to recently:
  • Congrats to Anne Fadullon on being named Director of Philadelphia's New Office of Planning and Development.
  • KAB and ESI released a cost of blight calculator to all KAB members.
  • Congrats to Senator Lesniak for obtaining $25 million in tax credits for upgrading Rutgers Athletic facilities. In May 2015, ESI had produced a report showing how investments in collegiate athletics can improve sports eam and generate alumni and corporate contributions.
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