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Ivy Tech Community College

3100 Ivy Tech Drive

Valparaiso, IN 46383

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Learn First-Hand What Business Trends are Influencing NWI’s Economy

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Learn First-Hand What Business Trends are Influencing NWI’s Economy

Sponsored by the Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable (NWIBRT) and the Construction Advancement Foundation of Northwest Indiana (CAF), the 2021 Business & Economic Outlook, is an informative program designed to provide key insights on trends influencing business and industry. The program will feature presentations from leaders in various business sectors and government agencies, and conclude with a detailed economic picture of Northwest Indiana and United States.

2021’s SPEAKERS:

Emcee: Donald Babcock – Purdue University Northwest

Anthony Sindone, PNWEconomic Forecast (Local, State, and National)

Ty Warner, NIRPC – Economic Recovery and the Value of Place

Mike Noland, NICTD (South Shore) – Double Tracking and West Lake Corridor Projects

William Sheldrake, Policy Analytics – Economic Impact of South Shore Projects

Steve Skalka, Horizon Bank – Equity and Fixed Income Markets

Peter Novak, GNIAR – Residential Real Estate Markets

Allison Bertl, Indiana DWD - Next Level Jobs, Incumbent Worker Training, and understanding the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

Masks are required on the Ivy Tech Community College campus. This includes in the auditorium where social distancing may be difficult. Please plan accordingly.

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Organizer Northwest Indiana Business RoundTable (NWIBRT)

Organizer of 2021 Business & Economic Outlook

The Northwest Indiana Business RoundTable (NWIBRT) is an independent, non-profit council of local firms committed to the improvement of construction and maintenance projects in Northwest Indiana. Its purpose is to promote safety, quality, and cost-effective solutions to challenges faced by owners, contractors, and labor in the region.

NWIBRT provides a number of ongoing forums in which peers and colleagues can meet to share information and discuss items of mutual interest, such as job site safety, training, conductibility, project management, productivity, labor relations, and facility maintenance.

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