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Todd Barman

Todd Barman is a Program Officer with more than 17 years of experience in the development field and more than 12 years firsthand Main Street experience. Todd's expertise in market analysis is widely recognized. As a member of the Wisconsin Main Staff, he coordinated the market analysis technical support service and led efforts to deveop the nationally recognized Downtown and Business District Market Analysis Toolbox. Since joining the National Trust Main Street Center in 2006, he has conducted many local workshops on market analysis and other economic restructuring topics. As a national thought leader, Todd convenes discussion groups on ways to better approach market analysis and help communities put economic restructuring principles into practice more effectively. Todd has in-depth experience teaching all four points of the Main Street approach and has a degree in landscape architecture.

  • Specializing In:

  • Capacity building and evaluation of local Main Street programs and statewide/regioanl Main Street coordinating programs
    Organizational planning including nonprofit business planning
    Resource team visits
    Program evaluations/assessments and reconnaissance/start-up visits.
    Strategic targeted market research
    Economic Restructuring including market position, entrepreneurship, and coaching
    Computer imaging/visual simulation
    Training in the Main Street Four Point Approach (beginning/fundamental, intermediate, and advanced)
  • Clients:

  • Montana Main Street
    Kansas Main Street
    Main Street Wyoming
    Main Street West Virginia
    Heritage Canada Foundation
    Missouri Main Street Connection
    Washington State Main Street Program
    Michigan Main Street Center
    Main Street South Carolina


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