BG to host program on embracing immigrant populations

Bowling Green City Building

(Submitted by City of Bowling Green)

Bowling Green Mayor Richard Edwards and the Human Relations Commission invite you to a conversation with Steve Tobocman, director of Global Detroit, on Nov. 2 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the atrium of the Wood County District Public Library.

Tobocman, a nationally recognized innovator, will share from his experience what Detroit is doing to be a center of innovation, entrepreneurship, and population growth. The city is drawing on the power that comes from embracing immigrant populations and the entrepreneurial culture and global connections that they deliver.

Tobocman will engage with us on the strategies, challenges and rewards of leveraging international talent and immigrant entrepreneurs to fill unmet labor needs. This provides key support for job creation, business growth, and community development.

Please join us for this opportunity to explore an issue that underlies the continuation of Bowling Green as a safe, inclusive, vibrant community for all. Information on the Global Detroit initiative can be found at: globaldetroit.com.

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