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Impact Ohio Conference coming to Dayton: How to go

Published: Sunday, August 25, 2019 @ 4:02 PM
Updated: Monday, September 30, 2019 @ 4:39 PM

The City of Dayton’s skyline. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
The City of Dayton’s skyline. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Impact Ohio will bring a special opportunity to Dayton this fall for businesses and community leaders to gain new insight about policies affecting the region.

The Impact Ohio Dayton Regional Conference, a partnership with the Dayton Daily News, WHIO TV, WHIO Radio, the University of Dayton, The Dayton Area Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Success Group, will be Thursday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The University of Dayton Daniel J. Curran Place. The event is a chance for bipartisan conversations to be had on a variety of topics including politics, jobs and the regional economy.

Among the topics discussed will be the 2020 election, cybersecurity and the local economy.

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“We expect to have an engaging dialogue on a variety of topics, and we are excited to have business and community leaders gather to network and gain new insight into policies affecting the region. We look forward to hearing the panelists and guest speakers discuss issues important to Miami Valley residents,” said Jennifer Flatter, CEO of Impact Ohio.

Tickets are available at https://impactohio.org/2019dayton/

Thursday is the deadline to register.

The first Impact Ohio conference was launched in 1984 with the first Post Election Conference in Columbus. Interest has grown over the last 35 years, according to Impact Ohio, which led the event to expand in 2017 with regional conferences in cities such as Dayton, Toledo and Akron.

“As Impact Ohio has grown over the years, we continue to receive positive feedback from attendees who feel our conferences are a great opportunity to network and hear first-hand from experts in various fields. Because of this enthusiasm, we are working to take our events all across the state to share Impact Ohio with other communities,” Flatter said.