Fight or Flight:
The Evolution of Rural and Secondary Markets
Monday, July 15, 2019
2:00 – 3:00 PM (CST)
Who Should Attend:
Community Leaders and Economic Development Staff
As the retail sector continues to evolve, join us for a discussion on trends in rural and secondary markets. We’ll discuss the importance of identifying adaptive reuse in opportunity zones as well as logistics infrastructure for delivery services and much more.
With more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate, Conway is a nationally recognized expert and speaker on a wide range of topics ranging from appraisal and bank regulation to ports and securitization. His areas of specialty include housing, industrial, litigation support, industrial and office real estate, North American ports, and land development.
Conway is a frequent speaker for the Federal Reserve, FDIC, FHLB, state bank commissioners, academic groups, professional organizations, and industry associations. He previously served as chief economist for Colliers International – US. In addition to being a frequent lecturer at international conferences, Conway has consulted with major governmental agencies, most notably briefing former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and the Board of Governors on the burgeoning subprime lending and housing crisis and its impact on the commercial real estate industry. K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE Economist, Counselor of Real Estate, Ports & Logistics Expert Dir. of Research & Corp. Engagement, ACRE / Culverhouse College of Commerce / Univ. of AL
hosted by Lacy Beasley,
President of Retail Strategies
In this ongoing series of Retail Webinars you can listen and ask questions of experts in the industry as they discuss the trends, changes, and ever-evolving dynamics of retail.