For working parents, where your child spends their day is a critical decision. What we don’t always think of are the details that go into each location including the site selection, financing for the building, code, health and safety concerns. Minnesota is a highly regulated state for childcare, especially in the built environment. We have pulled together a dynamic panel of individuals willing to share their experience and unique real estate perspectives related to creating and maintaining these centers. Our panel represents three types of childcare - family owned and operated, a franchisee of a national chain and a corporate in-house child care center - and each has their own distinct story to tell.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 1 hour for Real Estate continuing education.
- Joe Piket, Franchise Owner, Primrose Schools
- Tracy Sainsbury, Director, Allianz Bright Beginnings
- Alli Zomer, Director of Operations, Especially for Children
$45 before early deadline; $55 after and at the door
$70 before early deadline; $85 after and at the door
Early registration deadline:
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Hilton Downtown Minneapolis
The Hilton has a connected ramp, and also offers valet service.
If the Hilton parking ramp is full, the Leamington and 11th & Marquette ramps offer economical alternatives in the area. Details are available on the City of Minneapolis parking map