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Dr. Steve Hine to present on the State of our Workforce on May 17
Mankato, MINN (April 28, 2016) – Greater Mankato Growth is proud to announce its next Public Affairs Forum Series event, a luncheon with Dr. Steve Hine, one of Minnesota's premier experts on the state of our workforce.
As the Director of the Labor Market Information Office at the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Dr. Hine will provide his perspective on the current demographic trends shaping our state and the impact they will have on the labor force. Dr. Hine will also offer data about our particular region (Blue Earth and Nicollet Counties) making this a must-attend event for employers trying to stay on top of a rapidly changing talent environment.
The event will take place at South Central College Heritage Hall on Tuesday, May 17. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at 12:00 p.m. Tickets are $30 for Greater Mankato Growth members and $40 for non-members. For more information and to register, visit greatermankato.com/public-affairs-forum-series.
Greater Mankato Growth's Public Affairs Forum Series is monthly series that brings together compelling speakers and business leaders to discuss timely and relevant political and policy issues.
Other Upcoming Events:
- June: Legislative Session Recap
- July: Keeping ‘Current’ on Minnesota’s Changing Power Landscape
August: Top of the Class: Improving Education in Minnesota
About Greater Mankato Growth
Greater Mankato Growth (GMG) is committed to advancing business for a stronger community. As the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization serving the regional marketplace, GMG exists to intentionally develop the regional center by promoting, supporting and serving as a catalyst for economic development through business growth, retention and attraction, talent growth retention and attraction, regional livability and advocacy of the marketplace. Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. includes two affiliates: Visit Mankato, which focuses on visitor attraction and servicing, and the City Center Partnership, which focuses on development in the City Center.