The “Click, Learn, Go, Get: Framing the Marketplace” breakout event for the Columbus 2050 initiative took place on August 5th at The City in 2050 exhibit space in Easton Town Center. Throughout the event, local experts discussed and identified priorities for retail development in Central Ohio. The following input gathered during the event will be used to inform a long-term strategic vision for Central Ohio and a publication that will be used to guide regional decision-making.
The event began with presentations by local experts in retail development. Presenters included Bill Dargusch of Metropolitan Partners and Chris Boring of Boulevard Strategies. Highlights from these presentations are shown in the following video:
After the presentations, participants engaged in roundtable discussions and generated the following responses: