Local Product Councils provide an opportunity for Associate and Full members to meet in a peer-to-peer environment to share and discuss issues that real estate and land use professionals face on a daily basis.
Local Product Councils, modeled after the ULI Americas Product Councils, are small groups of ULI members focused on exploring and discussing land-use trends and challenges that affect the Pacific Northwest. Our Local Product Councils are consistent with ULI’s tradition of sharing experiences gained, mistakes made and lessons learned.
Local Product Councils provide:
- A confidential, trusting environment for educational and idea exchanges
- Exploration of business and personal interests
- Business and personal networking
- Professional and personal growth
Each council is member-driven, led by co-chairs and a small steering committee. Councils determine their own program content, guest speakers, and meeting schedule. They typically meet 4 times per year – once a quarter. Membership on each council is typically limited to 35 people and is generally by invitation. At the discretion of each steering committee, a limited number of guests may be invited to select meetings.