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D.C. Report: The Impact of New Federal Legislation on Savannah’s Economy

U.S. Congressman Barrow offered congressional updates and discuss pending federal legislation affecting Savannah’s economy. He also addressed the impact of the Economic Stimulus Package on Savannah and highlighted new challenges facing Savannah in Washington, D.C.

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Inventing the New Oil: Georgia’s Role in the Development of Biofuels

Ross Harding, Vice President- Business Development for the Herty Advanced Materials Development Center and Ron Barmore, Director of Project Development for Range Fuels, Inc., discussed Georgia’s role in the fast-growing advanced biofuel industry.

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Port of Savannah: Updates and Opportunities

Stephen S. Green, Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority, and Robert C. Morris, Director of External Affairs at the Georgia Ports Authority, discussed past, present and future growth at the port and explored how local businesses can build upon that success.

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Building a Creative Class: How Successful Cities are Recruiting Tomorrow’s Business Leaders

Keynote speaker Peter Kageyama, president of CreativeTampaBay, outlined the keys to success in the twenty-first century creative economy.

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Georgia Transportation Issues: The Big Idea

David Doss discussed Bold Initiatives for Georgia, a comprehensive state-wide transportation plan which focuses on practical solutions to the Peach State’s current challenges.

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Building a World Class Education System in Savannah

Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson emphasized the economic, social and moral importance of developing a world-class education system in Savannah.

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Attracting Knowledge-Based Businesses

HunterMaclean’s inaugural Critical Issues Forum emphasized the importance of attracting knowledge-based businesses to the greater Savannah area.

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The Future of Savannah’s Knowledge-Based Economy

HunterMaclean’s inaugural Critical Issues Forum explores Savannah’s growing knowledge-based economy.

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