New Markets Tax Credit Summit
May 15-17, 2023, Miami Beach, FL
Now in its 22nd year, CohnReznick’s New Markets Tax Credit Summit is a not-to-be-missed educational and networking event for anyone involved with the NMTC Program and the communities it serves. NMTC industry participants and advocates will gather in Miami Beach to discuss the latest ideas, opportunities, and challenges facing low-income communities and their residents – particularly legislative implications and how to leverage dollars swirling around federal, state, and local programming. (Visit our event registration page for more details.)
As a valued sponsor, when you join us at the 2023 Summit, you will have unique opportunities to engage with attendees, forge relationships, and connect with prospects, while also getting unparalleled access to key decision-makers.
We invite you to take advantage of this great opportunity. Sign up by April 25 for one of our sponsorship packages. Items are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so sign up to exhibit and make your sponsorship selection today.
Help shape tax reform for communities and businesses serving the NMTC program.
Spark fresh ideas and offer actionable guidance.
Mix and mingle with industry leaders at our breakfast mixer, networking breaks, power lunch, and cocktail reception.
Kick off the conversation with an engaging half-day primer.
Celebrate the successes of the NMTC community together at our not-to-miss reception concluding Day 1 of the Summit.
SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS BY THE NUMBERS
PANELS & SESSIONS
SPEAKERS & KEYNOTES
Commitment to Safety
As we return to holding physical events, we will do so safely and with the well-being of everyone involved in mind. CohnReznick will run events safely in a COVID-conscious environment, no matter where they take place. Our Commitment to Safety can be found here.
In all cases, we will continue to assess the risks in the area local to the event and the general public health circumstances in the United States. We will continue to monitor and update safety precautions for our conferences regularly and coordinate with national resources, state and local public health agencies, and the hotels/venues hosting our events.