February 9th General Membership Meeting
Greater MSP – Partnering for Economic Growth and Development

David Griggs, Vice President of Business Investment will join us to provide a look at key wins, economic growth and partnerships developed in 2014 and where that growth came from as well as a look into 2015 and beyond and how our growing economy and an enlarging talented workforce will support our region’s current and expanding businesses.

The 16-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul regions consistently ranks among the best places to do business in the United States.  Four key attributes that set us apart: a resilient, diverse economy anchored by 19 Fortune 500 companies, a penchant for innovation, a highly educated workforce - one of the best in the nation and an outstanding quality of life.  Founded in 2011, Greater MSP is dedicated to providing public and private sector leadership, coordination and engagement to grow the economy of the 16-County Minneapolis Saint Paul region. With its economic development partners throughout the region, GREATER MSP is advancing a coordinated regional economic development strategy, a coordinated regional brand to promote the region’s assets, and a coordinated regional business retention, expansion, and recruitment program to stimulate capital investment and job creation in the region.

Monday, February 9th, 2015
11:40 – 12:00 Networking
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 1:30 Program
The Saint Paul Hotel; 350 Market Street                      

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Not a Saint Paul BOMA Member yet, but interested in checking out a meeting? Contact the BOMA office today at 651-291-8888 to attend a monthly meeting as our guest!

If you need to add or cancel a reservation, please email office@bomastpaul.org or call 651-291-8888. All cancellations must be received by the 10:00 a.m. the Friday before the Monday Membership Meeting. Substitutions will be honored.  Credit cards are accepted online and through the BOMA Office. 

$39.00 Membership Ticket
$44.00 after 10:00 am February 6
$48.00 Non-member Ticket

Downtown St. Paul

BOMA successfully launched our new website!  After 20 years,  BOMA has moved from the printed version of the Market Report and revamped it with BOMA's brand new website, Downtown St. Paul DataSource.  Alongside the regular annual office data that BOMA is known to provide,  the website will also include new sections on residential and retail growth.  With its launch, DataSource becomes the first integrated, downtown development-centric website in the country.

You can visit the new site at: www.spdatasource.org