A record turnout of corporate executives and site selection consultants have signed on to speak at the fifth annual TrustBelt Corporates & Consultants Forum, set for August 19-21 at the Omni Louisville Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
At least 17 site consultants will be on hand to share their expertise and network with their fellow attendees at this fifth gathering of leaders from around the Greater Midwest and beyond. New additions include Paul Naumoff, Principal and Global/Americas Leader, Location Investment, Credits & Incentives Services for Ernst & Young, and Greg Lux, Director of Strategic Consulting for Cushman & Wakefield. Both will join a panel of consultants including Ann Harts and Susan Arledge of ESRP Real Estate, and Carol Henderson of Cushman & Wakefield.
Corporate leaders slated to speak include Patrick Fiel, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development for EdgeConneX; Keith Bennet, Special Projects & Business Development Manager for BrewDog; and Roger van Overbeek, Director of Corporate Real Estate for Autodesk. Other company executives confirmed for the agenda include leaders from Toyota, GE Appliances, Humana, Job.com, KPMG, UPS, Interapt, Newmark Knight & Frank, Startup Colors, Access Explorer, Blue J Group and more. In addition, attendees will be both informed and entertained by highly acclaimed economist, writer and speaker Peter Zeihan, author of The Accidental Superpower.
When delegates are not in session, they will be enjoying the sights, sounds and tastes of Louisville at such premium networking venues as the Old Forester Distilling Company and Falls City Market.
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The TrustBelt report helps the US Midwest tell its economic resurgence story to the audience of Site Selection. The TrustBelt report serves as a comprehensive repository of news and analysis on corporate real estate and economic development activity throughout the Midwest. This includes content on every state in the region — Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri and Northern Kentucky, along with Western New York and Pennsylvania.