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Professional Development Seminar Washington DC - SOLD OUT

  • 22 Jul 2016
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
  • The Potter's House, 1658 Columbia Rd. NW, Washington DC
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  • APF Members, public, thru July 1, 2016
  • Starting July 2, 2016
  • For event organizers
  • APF student members, Emerging Fellows, Emeritus members early bird discount thru July 1, 2016
  • Starting July 2, 2016

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APF ProDev 2016 - SOLD OUT
The Potter's House, 1658 Columbia Rd., NW, Washington, DC 

Friday July 22nd, 8-5

Due to a huge interest in this year's Pro Dev Day, it sold out early. If you were not able to register, please put your name on the waiting list and we add people if and when seats become available. 

We hope to see you on Saturday at the Town Hall Lunch to talk about the future of foresight and APF (members only) and at the Annual Reception and Awards Presentation early evening (bring a non-member futurist as a guest.)


It’s become an APF tradition! A key feature of our annual Professional Development seminar is its location. This year, on July 22nd, we’ll be in the meeting room of The Potter's House, which is a local, issues-oriented coffee house in one of DC's famed neighborhoods, Adams Morgan. It's a reasonable walk, or an easy bus ride (42 bus) from the Hilton at Dupont Circle. Stop at the House's coffee bar, pick up your latte & join us for breakfast in our meeting room!

Breakfast: 8:00 a.m., The Potter's House 

Working sessions & Lunch: The Potter's House 

End of the Day Happy Hour: The Potter's House 

ProDev’s 2016 Theme is about Should Futurists Do More? Can They? This comes from at least two places in our thinking. One is about our practice tendency to do great work, present it to our clients,( who are often grateful and inspired by it) and then go away. Some of us, most of us don’t, get the opportunity to consult on putting our work into practice and changing the organization’s direction. How can we do more? The other side of this theme is about “foresight practice in a world of wild cards.” It’s a risky world, and how can we as futurists be more active and effective in it?

We look forward to seeing you at this favorite annual APF event. Please go to the APF community website,, to sign up.

Join APF members at this annual seminar. For questions, contact Jennifer Jarratt at

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