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(PRWEB) April 24, 2013
Construction delays cost money, time and ultimately lead to frustration. Regardless if it’s a major development project or not, delays can often lead to unexpected project expenses or kill the project all together.
Many developers and projects will at some point face the public outcry of "NIMBY" or Not In My Back Yard. Regardless of the improvements, changes or enhancements to projects, there is always a voice that will have an objection in the end.
In this upcoming 1 hour and 30 minute live interactive audio conference, Mr. Al Maiorino of Public Strategy Group, Inc. will address some hot button issues including:
- What Can Be Done to Counter NIMBY-Type Opposition?
- The Difference Between Public Relations and Public Affairs
- The Importance of Grasstops and Opinion Leaders
- The Proactive Approach to Keeping Opposition on the Defensive
- Walmart Case Study
- Housing Battle Case Study
- Mixed Use Project Case Study
All NIMBY objections will be different and by solving one objection one can be sure that they will come across many others. Identifying major oppositions from the beginning will help projects ultimately reduce further opposition and reduce delays in any size project.
To register for this upcoming audio conference, visit Lorman at http://www.lorman.com/391600?p=17992.
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