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CONCORD, NH (December 2019) - The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce invites members and the public to a luncheon forum on Thursday, January 9 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Holiday Inn, 172 North Main Street, Concord. Guest speaker Jeffrey Fuhrer, Executive Vice President & Senior Policy Advisor at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, will share an overview of how the past year's events and policies are predicted to impact both the state and national economy. This highly-anticipated annual forum is generously sponsored by Eversource Energy Services.
The Chamber is eager to welcome back Fuhrer for one of its most popular forums. Fuhrer’s experience as an economist writer, attendance at key US policymaking meetings as associate economist of the Federal Open Market Committee, and work as associate editor for the American Economic Review, brings outstanding expertise and insights to Chamber members and interested members of the public.
During the forum, Fuhrer will explore what’s ahead for both New Hampshire and the nation by sharing a fascinating in-depth perspective on the past year’s economic trends. Fuhrer’s three decades of experience in economic research, as well as his fluency as a writer and editor, allow him to break down complex economic trends into easily digestible concepts. Past forum attendees have found Fuhrer’s insight clear, engaging, and highly valuable, no matter what their previous knowledge of these topics has been.
After analyzing the past year’s data, Fuhrer will then examine how current events may change the economic climate in 2020. Attendees will gain in-depth knowledge on the future of business recruitment, international commerce, workforce opportunity and more. This valuable data will allow business leaders to take proactive steps to ensure continued financial stability in an ever-changing economic climate.
Pre-register for the Economic Forecast Luncheon on the Chamber's website (required to attend); $25 for Chamber members / $35 for non-members (includes lunch). Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during a Q&A session to follow the speaker’s remarks. For more information, please contact the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce at (603) 224-2508, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Chamber’s website.
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