You don't want to miss this.


The North Florida Economic Development Partnership


NMG Co-Founder Chad Chancellor

are partnering to hold an in-person session

in the NFEDP’s service territory

Next Move Group’s facilitated economic development discussions have helped thousands of community stakeholders understand and engage in local economic development efforts all across the country. Join the ranks of other economic development staff, local elected officials, and economic development board members and learn how to strategically leverage your unique roles to influence growth and positive change from within.

A half-day, in-person presentation on the proper, yet different, roles the economic development staff, elected officials, and economic development board members all play. Who does what, and how should each role complement the others to help your community grow?


NOTE: If you have already registered for this event, there is no need to register again.


  • Economic Development 101- What Is Economic Development & What Is Not?
  • What Are Companies Looking For When They Are Deciding Where To Site A New Location Or Expand A Location?
  • How Can Small To Mid-Sized Communities Build A Marketing Machine With A Small Budget To Attract Economic Development Prospects?
  • What Are The Keys To Winning The Rural Economic Development Game?

July 24, 2004 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Big Bend Technical College

3233 S Byron Butler Pkwy

Perry, FL 32348

Enter thru the main entrance which faces the side street (Industrial Drive) and the event will be in the Commons Room.

July 31, 2004 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Camp Weed & Cerveny Conference Center

11057 Camp Weed Place

Live Oak, FL 32060

In Varn Dining Hall.


Chancellor is a graduate of Mississippi State University and has led Next Move Group to securing over 400 clients since inception in 2014. In 2017, Chancellor was honored to have been chosen by Goldman Sachs to complete their prestigious 10,000 Small Businesses Program, a four-month long business accelerator program providing access to capital, networking, and educational curriculum written by the nation's most prestigious entrepreneurship college, Babson College based in Wellesley, Massachusetts.