17th Annual Eastern Shore Economic Forecast at SU Jan. 20
SALISBURY, MD---What direction will economic conditions take in 2005? What can business people expect in terms of land values, the stock market, political climate, fuel prices, labor pool and more? Economic Forecast 2005 brings the experts together to provide insights on factors affecting your business strategies and investments.
The 17th annual Economic Forecast conference is 8 a.m.-noon Thursday, January 20. Check-in is 7:30-8 a.m.
This event is co-sponsored by Salisbury University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Business, Economic and Community Outreach Network (BEACON), the Small Business Development Center (SBDC-Eastern Region) and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. This program is designed to give regional business leaders the information they need to succeed in the new year.
Following Economic Forecast 2005 is the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce general membership luncheon, featuring keynote speaker David Manley, agent field executive with State Farm Insurance. His forecast-related presentation will address the timely topic of preparing your business for natural and man-made disasters.
The fee for Economic Forecast 2005 is $40. The luncheon fee is $15. For more information and to register, contact the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce at 410-749-0144, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about other SBDC-sponsored programs, call the SBDC training office at 410-543-6516, or email SBDCtraining@salisbury.edu, or visit the SBDC Web site online at www.salisbury.edu/community/sbdc. "