UDI - Feeling Pretty High About Growth

On Thursday April 20th, 2017, the UDI held a luncheon for an exclusive keynote address from Andrew Ramlo (Vice President of Intelligence for rennie), with a focus on the dimensions of change - demographic, societal, economic and environmental.

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