When & Where

August 23 to August 26, 2014

Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

Denver, CO

2014 NADO Annual Training Conference

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ATC 2014: Changing the Game for Regional Development

Conference Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended Until August 1

Click here for the 2014 ATC Preliminary Schedule

NADO's 2014 Annual Training Conference will be August 23 - 26 in Denver

The 2014  Annual Training Conference (ATC) will convene over 650 regional development professionals—including executive directors, policy board members, program staff and others—to hear from leading experts about a variety of relevant and timely topics, share ideas and exchange information with peers, learn about successful and replicable regional development projects and initiatives, and get solutions to challenges that you are facing daily in your quest to make your regions prosper.

As always, the ATC will feature a unique blend of thought-provoking plenary sessions, inter-active breakout sessions, “roll-up-your sleeves” learning labs and idea exchanges, mobile workshops and, of course, many networking opportunities!

Hear what attendees from the 2013 ATC in San Francisco had to say:

“It was a great conference!  One of the best.”

“I really enjoyed the change in style for the opening session.  It kept me involved and interested.”

“I thought this conference had some of the most relevant training that we’ve ever had at NADO.”

“Thanks again to NADO for providing a fabulous training conference for the membership.”

“You guys put on a fantastic conference.  It was the best conference ever.  Every session was meaningful and relevant and I couldn’t wait to get back to work today. Great job!”

“Congratulations on a successful “15th” ATC!”

“All the sessions were professionally organized.”

“NADO staff make the conference worth the effort and expense time and again!  You hit a home run on the opening plenary by the way.  I heard a lot of excitement about that concept.”

“Great job with the whole San Francisco conference! One of my favorites by far!”