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Brief, meaty reports cover the topics you need to know about today. Based on industry surveys and reporting done for Downtown Idea Exchange and Downtown Promotion Reporter newsletters, these reports cover business recruitment and retention, financing strategies, downtown promotion, and more.

Business Improvement Districts: Financing Downtown Growth
A primer for those considering, or reconsidering, a Business Improvement District for their community.
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Business Recruitment and Retention
Illustrates how to strengthen at-risk businesses and bring new businesses downtown.
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Downtowns Welcome Seniors
Downtowns Welcome Seniors looks at cities that are making strides in attracting senior residents. In particular it considers two key areas: Improvements to downtown walkability, and the adaptive reuse of older buildings for modern senior living.
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Funding Sources for Downtown Organizations
Provides detailed information on how downtown organizations of all types and sizes are funding their day-to-day operations.
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Improving Downtown’s Curb Appeal
Presents seven creative approaches to enhancing downtown’s visual appeal.
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Increasing Your Impact with Volunteers
Presents a seven-step approach to finding, recruiting, and retaining productive volunteers.
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Priorities for Downtown Organizations
Provides an in-depth look at the goals and objectives of downtown organizations of all types and sizes.
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Revitalizing Downtown with Public Art
Illustrates how investment in the arts can generate significant economic benefits for downtowns of all sizes.
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Ringing Downtown Cash Registers
Covers 11 key marketing trends and opportunities you must act on to keep downtown strong.
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