June 18 | 10:00am
Restart, Rethink, Rebuild | Construction as a Catalyst

Join Husch Blackwell for a program looking at local commercial real estate, development and construction trends in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our community. Our panelists will share their outlook for various projects including infrastructure, industrial, office and beyond.

Secretary David Toland, Kansas Department of Commerce
Michael Collins, Managing Director, JE Dunn/Capital Partners
Chris Collier, Managing Director – Public Finance Investment Banking (Lead Advisor), Piper Sandler & Co.

Purvi Shah, Attorney, Husch Blackwell
Chrissie Simpson, Attorney, Husch Blackwell

Host: Husch Blackwell

Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Webinar


June 18 | 8:30am
Total Rewards KC: Creative Benefits
To provide a break from discussing COVID-19, Total Rewards KC and Mercer are offering a discussion regarding the “employee experience” for your Total Rewards approach. As hiring and keeping talented employees becomes more important during these challenging times, C-Suites with their HR counterparts are strategically leveraging benefits as a recruitment and retention tool. Mercer will be sharing new benefit trends, communication techniques, long-term tenure and stages of life strategies, plus offerings that appeal to multiple generations in the workforce.

Time: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Webinar


June 18 | 11:00am
Link & Learn | Connection or Chaos: Getting Real about the Benefits & Drawbacks of Our Social Media Use

Powered by KU Edwards Campus, Link & Learns are free one-hour online professional development sessions where you can gain practical workplace communication strategies based on the latest organizational communication and management research. 

Connection or Chaos: Getting Real about the Benefits & Drawbacks of Our Social Media Use
We live in an always connected, always on culture. But, what benefits -- and drawbacks - does it really bring us to always be available to others? When does our social media use stop being beneficial and become problematic?

In this session, we'll will try to understand factors that lead to our habitual social media use, and how we can transform those habits to become more present and more engaged in our personal and professional relationships.

Time: 11 a.m. - Noon
Location: Webinar


KCADC Annual Meeting

KCADC Full Council Investor Briefings

12@12 Investor Roundtable

E.D. Alliance

Women in Development

KC Animal Health Corridor Homecoming

KC Animal Health Investment Forum

KC SmartPort Annual Industry Briefing