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(Re)Development in Atlanta: Turning Spaces into Experiences that Work for Everyone

Attend this one-day event focusing on the "changing nature" of development in Atlanta, Sept. 24, 2019

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The Atlanta Chapter of the Retail Design Institute will present (Re)Development in Atlanta: Turning Spaces into Experiences that Work for Everyone, taking place at the Met Atlanta on September 24, 2019 from 4-8 p.m. featuring multi-disciplinary speakers from around the city.

The Atlanta Southeast Chapter of the RDI believes that our retail designers are in the right place at the right time to not only elevate retail design, but to have a larger impact on the communities served by their work. Specifically, we believe and promote the concepts of people-first, considering communities, inclusiveness, and stretching our professional boundaries beyond designing spaces to also designing experiences.

We are staging this first-of-a-kind interactive conversation to bring together various specialists from the real estate value chain. The design is to encourage participants to forge new, valuable and lasting relationships while better understanding each other’s professional and personal needs. What might Atlanta look like when we turn strangers into friends? How can each of us contribute? It could be amazing! At the end of the day, the way Atlanta grows is up to us.

Event registration is $25 for members and $50 for non-members. More details and registration can be found on our website: https://retaildesigninstitute.org/retail-design-news-events/#!event/2019/9/24/atl-se-re-development-in-atlanta-turning-spaces-into-experiences-that-work-for-everyone

We are the retail industry’s creative professionals. We were founded in 1961 to be a collaborative community where ideas, knowledge and passion would be shared at a local level and enable our members to fulfill the fast-paced planning and design needs of retail. Today, our membership includes architects, graphic designers, lighting designers, interior designers, store planners, visual merchandisers, resource designers, brand strategists, educators, trade partners, trade media and students of design.

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