BUILDING MICHIGAN COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE 2021

With over 1,300 attendees, the Building Michigan Communities Conference has quickly become one of the largest conference of its kind in the United States. The conference is attended by service providers, nonprofit and for-profit developers and financiers.

Save the date May 4 & 5, 2021

By the numbers infograpic 2 days, 3 Plenary Sessions, 64 Sessions, 1300 attendees

2021 SPEAKER LINEUP

The 2021 speakers will be announced in early 2021, stay tuned.....

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TOGETHER WE BUILD COMMUNITIES

Community Economic Development

Affordable housing, commercial corridor revitalization, and financial capability services are just a few areas in which the community economic development (CED) industry leads. The CED track serves to bring attendees innovations in the field as well as help you access more tools and resources to accomplish your goals and expand your services.

Organizational Development -
Best Practices

The Organizational Development/Best Practices track’s goal is to help organizations build their capacity to change and achieve greater effectiveness through training and other information that will help them develop, improve, and reinforce strategies, structures, and processes of their organization.

Preventing and Ending Homelessness

The Preventing and Ending Homelessness Track focuses on best practices, collaborations, tools, and resources that support the efforts of local communities to provide services to those with housing needs.

Residential Real Estate Development -
Multi-Family

The multifamily development industry is a fast-moving, twisting track that is difficult to navigate. The Multifamily track provides tools developers need for success in providing affordable housing in our communities.

Residential Real Estate Development - Homeownership/Social and Supportive Services

The opportunity to own a home is key to a successful housing and economic strategy. Owning a home according to one’s budget and when ready is number one for generational wealth building and one’s sense of freedom. The home ownership and social services track is proud to present a robust list of sessions for you to consider led by an impressive list of special guests.

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MARYBETH WOTT

FHL Bank INDIANAPOLIS, SVP COMMUNITY INVESTMENT OFFICER

"The BMCC is very beneficial to our organization. This is one conference that I send many of my team members to because the scope is comprehensive and the sessions provide educational opportunities for staff. The event is well attended so we can connect with our partners and we always meet new people. "

VENUE INFORMATION

The Building Michigan Communities Conference is held annually at the Lansing Center in Lansing, MI.

333 Michigan Ave., Lansing MI 48933

(517) 483-7400

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

The Building Michigan communities conference
is proudly sponsored by

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Chemical Bank Logo

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Obrien Construction Company Inc
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Building Michigan Communities Conference

April 28-29, 2020

Lansing Center, Lansing, MI

734-677-0503

erin@buildingmicommunities.org