Tuesday, November 27, 2012

CityAge: Kansas City as the New American City

There's no doubt about it: Kansas City is becoming the new American city--full of innovation, creation and of course, entrepreneurialism.  From broadband explorations with Google Fiber to groundbreaking technology advancements from Sporting Innovations, from the rise of small business to the booming startup scene, Kansas City is flourishing.  

It's time to celebrate Kansas City--the New American City--by partaking in CityAge, a summit that will gather decision makers with leaders in business, experts in urban development and urban visionaries from both here in Kansas City and abroad.  The event will be a national and international dialogue on building--and rebuilding--our cities for the 21st Century.  It's the opportunity to become involved in the future of Kansas City...as well as the future of cities across the U.S.

With some of Kansas City's most well-known individuals such as Mayor Sly James, Wes Hardin (Burns & McDonell), Terry Dunn (JE Dunn), Bob Berkebile (BNIM), Mark Donovan (Kansas City Chiefs), Earl Santee (Populous), Julian Zugazagoitia (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art), Peter Witte (UMKC), Major Joe Reardon, Kirk Hasenzahl (RareWire) and many others, as well as some big international and national names, CityAge will be a be a platform to determine the future of cities across the United States.  

CityAge Summit will take place December 3 & 4, 2012 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.  Tickets are on sale now ($395.00 one day rate, $495.00-$695.00 two-day rate) through online registration.  Having trouble justifying the cost?  Enter to win one of three tickets from the Social Media Club of Kansas City!  Fill out this form and a winner will be drawn on November 30, 2012.

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