Flight from Urban to Suburban: The changing landscape of corporate location strategy

Date October 21, 2020
Location Zoom
Time Noon - 1 p.m.
The luncheon is sponsored by Fielder Law LTD

CREW Northern Nevada and the CREW Sacramento Chapters are excited to bring two well known speakers that are going to discuss the Flight from Urban to Suburban: The changing landscape of corporate location strategy.

The Site Selectors Guild stated in July, 2020, Suburban areas and mid-size cities, followed by rural areas, will be the biggest winners of new corporate expansions and relocations, with large urban areas falling to the bottom of the list, according to a survey on the impact of COVID-19.
Featured speakers

Christopher Lloyd, Senior Vice President and Director, Infrastructure and Economic Development - McGuireWoods Consulting and current Site Selectors Guild Vice Chair
 
Jane Doe
 

Christopher Lloyd, Senior Vice President and Director, Infrastructure and Economic Development - McGuireWoods Consulting and current Site Selectors Guild Vice Chair Chris Lloyd leads the McGuireWoods Consulting infrastructure and economic development team where he specializes in site selection and economic development incentives negotiations. Since 1998, Chris has worked on dozens of high profile, corporate expansions and relocations across the country. Chris has also worked closely with clients on numerous public-private partnership projects for transportation and other infrastructure, and played a leading role in the development and passage of Virginia's public-private partnership laws, which have since become model legislation for use in other states.

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Scott Stranzl - Chief Portfolio Officer, Basin Street Properties
 
Jane Doe
 

Scott provides leadership for a broad spectrum of functions within the Basin Street including the management of leasing teams, both in-house and third party, and responsibility for the development and execution of leasing strategy for over five million square feet of commercial real estate. Additionally, he is responsible for positioning assets related marketing programs, as well as the oversight of administrative, legal counsel, and property management personnel associated with those functions.

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