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8th Annual Philadelphia Industrial & Logistics

What Does 2019 Hold for Greater Philadelphia's Booming Industrial Scene?

Event Ended On: Tuesday October 30 2018

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Speakers and Panels

Fireside Chat: Introducing Opportunity Zones

Brad Molotsky

Brad Molotsky

Partner, Duane Morris LLP
Joseph Scalio

Joseph Scalio

Partner, KPMG

The Future of Philly's Industrial Scene

Tom Dalfo

Tom Dalfo

SVP, PIDC
Mike Hines

Mike Hines

Vice Chair, Capital Markets, CBRE

Tenant Demands: Location, Logistics, and More

Matt Brodnik

Principal, Exeter Property Group
Kim Jacobsen

Kim Jacobsen

Managing Director, JLL
George Kotridis
Moderator

George Kotridis

Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen

Venue

Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia
Ten Avenue of the Arts
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Ballroom: Grand Ballroom

Parking Information: Valet Parking $32
$20 Self-Parking at the Wanamaker Building, which is located across Broad Street on the other side of City Hall

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:25 AM
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:25 AM
8:45 AM
Fireside Chat: Introducing Opportunity Zones
8:45 AM
9:25 AM
The Future of Philly's Industrial Scene
9:25 AM
10:05 AM
Tenant Demands: Location, Logistics, and More
10:05 AM
10:35 AM
More Schmoozing!

Summary

1. As space in Philadelphia decreases, where in Philadelphia's suburbs will become the next industrial hub? 

2. How is the growth of e-commerce affecting Philadelphia's industrial scene?

3. How is the industrial sector's labor shortage affecting Philadelphia's growth? 

4. As developers are building new warehouses in and around Philadelphia, what's happening to older industrial buildings in North Philadelphia? 

5. What do recently approved Opportunity Zones mean for Philadelphia's industrial development, and how do they differ from traditional Keystone Opportunity Zones? 

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