The Housing Chronicles Blog: Bay Area Economic Conferences start this week

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Bay Area Economic Conferences start this week

Looking for an update and forecast for the national and local economies in the San Francisco Bay Area? MetroIntelligence partner Beacon Economics will present the first of three conferences this week in San Francisco ("Revving up Reform and What it Means for California's Economy" - Sept. 16th), followed by the East Bay ("Green Energy, and Economic Engine: How Real, How Soon?" - Sept. 17th) and the South Bay ("What's Next -- The Road to Economic Recovery - Sept. 22nd).

Find out where the national, state, and San Francisco regional economies are headed in 2010 from some of California's leading forecasters and economists. These events are already generating a buzz, and seating is limited. So reserve today!

Attendees receive Beacon's updated forecast books for each regional area. This original, in-depth look at the region’s labor markets, income, real estate markets, demographic trends, and other indicators, is a valuable and enduring resource for anyone facing important economic and financial decisions over the next year.

(MetroIntelligence Real Estate Advisors has authored the real estate sections in each of the forecast books).

To register for the San Francisco event at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero on Sept. 16th, click here.

To register for the East Bay event at the Oakland Marriott City Center on Sept. 17th, click here.

And to register for the South Bay event at the 4th Street Summit Center in San Jose, click here.

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