ICSC 2014 Carolinas Idea Exchange

Tuesday 3/25/2014


Charlotte Convention Center
501 South College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

John Maheras, Cheryl Steele, David Powell, Henry Pharr and Keith Nichols will represent Horack Talley at the ICSC 2014 Carolinas Idea Exchange on March 25 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

The goal of these regional meetings is to provide an opportunity for attendees to gain information about current industry issues, meet and interact with colleagues doing business in the same region and make deals. Panel discussions included at this year's Idea Exchange are:

  • Dynamic Changes In The Grocery Store Market, moderated by John Maheras
    Who is expanding and in what areas?
  • Franchisee Growth And Expansion, moderated by Henry Pharr III
    How to land the right franchisee for your center, while avoiding legal lease issues.
  • Are The Capital Markets Back?
    With the economy slowly recovering and retail development and investment sales showing signs of progress, what are the latest metrics for debt underwriting from banks and conduit lenders.
  • Social Media – Is It Working For You Or Are You Working For It?
    How to manage social media.

For more information on the event, please visit this link.

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