NEDA Events


  • 10/29/2020
    Micro, minority and women-owned businesses are the source of growth and vibrancy in our downtowns, town centers and neighborhood districts. Access to capital can often determine if businesses can make it through reduced revenues during the pandemic. Micro, minority and women-owned businesses often face greater challenges securing capital. We’ll discuss the overall and capital needs of small businesses, including restauranteurs, retailers and service providers, and strategies communities are using to address and support the wide range of small business needs, particularly minority and women-owned businesses.

Partner/Member Events


20 Sep
2020 MEDA Annual Conference
09.20.2020 - 09.22.2020

Conference Theme: INCLUSIVE RESILIENCE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

21 Sep
MEDA 2020 Annual Conference
09.21.2020 - 09.22.2020

INCLUSIVITY AND RESILIENCE AMID THE PANDEMIC:  A FOCUS FOR ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

This year, the MEDA Annual Conference focuses

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21 Sep

Redesigning the Future Amidst Dynamic Change: A Virtual Economic Accelerator Summit

Economic recovery is imperative. We must not only

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22 Sep

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is one of the most cutting-edge development finance tools of the 21st century. CDFA, in

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22 Sep
National Small Business Week
09.22.2020 - 09.24.2020

For more than 50 years, the U.S. Small Business Administration has celebrated National Small Business Week (NSBW), which recognizes the

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