The Housing Chronicles Blog: Riverside-San Bernardino Economic Forecast Conference, Nov. 9th, 2010

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Riverside-San Bernardino Economic Forecast Conference, Nov. 9th, 2010

Where is The Economy Headed?

The stock market-fueled optimism that marked the beginning of the year gave way to near panic over a potential "double dip" as the recovery slowed sharply in the second quarter. More recently, better signals have started to emerge leaving many to wonder where the U.S. and California economies are heading in 2011?

And what about Riverside and San Bernardino Counties? For decades manufacturing, trade firms, and the logistics sector were engines of rapid and diverse economic development. With the bursting of the housing bubble, are these sectors once again poised to drive growth in the region?

Join some of California's most well-respected forecasters, economic development experts, and local business leaders as they reveal the direction of the U.S., California, and Riverside-San Bernardino economies.

Get Answers to the Following Questions:

  • Is the economy out of the woods or is there a real chance of a 'double dip' recession?
  • What is not up? Interest rates. Is it a bond bubble or are deflation fears real?
  • Tax increases or deficit expansion... which poses the bigger risk?
  • How is California shaping up? Are we ahead or behind in the recovery?
  • Riverside and San Bernardino Counties were some of the hardest hit economies in the nation... but is a new phase of growth beginning?
Registrants Receive:
  • 2010 Riverside-San Bernardino Economic Forecast Book - a data-packed analysis of the region's economic indicators
  • Quarterly updates to the forecast for one full year
  • Chance to interact with forecasters and speakers
  • Prime networking opportunity
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Hosted self-parking
Want to register? Click here.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Riverside Convention Center
3443 Orange Street, Riverside, CA 92501
Registration and Breakfast: 7:00 AM
Program: 8:00-10:30 AM
$100 /Individual
$75 /Discount Affiliate Rate
$40 /UCR Student Discount Rate (ID required)
$500 /Table of 8
Seating is limited so register today!
Featured Speakers

Christopher Thornberg
Beacon Economics

Brad Kemp
Director of Regional Research
Beacon Economics

Roy Paulson
President & CEO
Paulson Manufacturing

Dr. Alfredo Martinez Morales
Managing Director
Southern California Research Initiative for Solar Energy

Peter B. McWilliams
Managing Director – Industrial Services
Jones Lang LaSalle

Iddo Benzeevi
President & CEO
Highland Fairview

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