Economic Development through Food & Beverage

By January 9, 2019Show

Cities often look to entrepreneurs in the food & beverage community when mapping out a plan for economic growth. All factors have to be considered when weighing out the positives and negatives of that growth and how they affect the respective communities. There are few greater minds in this field that Michael Huber, the President and CEO of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. Prior to that position he served as the Deputy Mayor in charge of Economic Development for the City of Indianapolis. Michael is a brilliant mind and can be hard to keep up with at times. So grab a brew and learn about the importance of bars, restaurants, and “social capital”.