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"How to Create Successful Markets" training course

  • Subject: [cg] "How to Create Successful Markets" training course
  • From: "Chris Heitmann" <cheitmann@pps.org>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 16:46:51 -0500
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To all you farmers market fans and organizers out there...

 

 

HOW TO CREATE SUCCESSFUL MARKETS TRAINING COURSE - APRIL 22-23, NEW YORK CITY

 

Please join Project for Public Spaces in this one and a half day workshop led by

our own public market experts Steve Davies and David O'Neil. Cities and towns

across the US are rediscovering the benefits of public markets.

 

At this workshop you'll:

 

* Learn how to start a market in your neighborhood or town;

* Look at case studies and explore the market planning process, including goal-

  setting, concept development, economic feasibility, management, site selection

  and design;

* Visit and analyze some of New York's most famous markets

 

Sign up now and join a small, dynamic group of people, who have included mayors,

community development officials, neighborhood organizers and market sponsors.

 

For more information about the workshop, or to register online now, go to

http://pps.org/training/markets_training.htm.

 

Any additional inquiries, please contact Chris Heitmann at 212-620-5660 or at cheitmann@pps.org.

 

About your instructors:

 

Steve Davies, as vice president of PPS, has directed nearly 400 major projects in

the U.S and abroad and is sought out as one of the major thought leaders in public

markets. He oversees the activities of PPS's Public Market Collaborative where he

currently works on a new local economic development initiative with the Ford

Foundation.

 

A specialist in all phases of market development, David O'Neil has worked on over

100 market projects around the world and has directed three international public

market conferences. He recently published "Reading Terminal Market: An Illustrated

History," a beautifully illustrated narrative about one of the country's largest

public markets located in Philadelphia, PA.

 

To register for the workshop, go to: http://pps.org/training/markets_training.htm.

 

To purchase Reading Terminal Market or other public markets products, go to http://pps.org/info/products/Books_Videos/markets_publications.

 

Remember, join PPS as a member at http://pps.org/info/getinvolved/membership_donate/join_us

to receive discounts on registration and on most PPS purchases.

 

To learn more about Project for Public Spaces, visit us at www.pps.org. Fill out a short

survey about our site re-design and enter to win a free tote bag.

  

 

Chris Heitmann

Project Manager

Project for Public Spaces

153 Waverly Place, 4th Floor

New York, NY 10014

cheitmann@pps.org

212-620-5660

212-620-3821 (fax)

 

 





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