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The Twin Cities as a corporate headquarters cluster: What do the numbers tell us?

Shaver.jpgIt's widely known that the Twin Cities is currently home to 19 Fortune 500 firms and the prevalence of these headquarters is an important part of the business and broader community. How does this compare to the rest of the country and how has it changed over time? How has the Twin Cities come to be home to such a disproportionately high number of Fortune 500 firms in proportion to the population?

On Friday, February 15th, CIL's Co-Academic Director & Carlson School Professor Myles Shaver will be sharing what he has found in his exploration of these questions as CIL's Leadership Research Forum. The patterns he is documenting are important if we want to understand how to maintain regional economic vitality in a globally competitive environment. Please join us!

Friday, February 15, 2013 11:30-1:00 pm Room 144, Science Teaching and Student Services Building University of Minnesota East Bank

A light lunch and drinks are provided
Participation is free but registration is requested.
Register at: http://fridayforumfeb2013.eventbrite.com/


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