The Economy in 2021: Slowing but Growing

The Economy in 2021: Slowing but Growing

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Join VACEOs on November 18 for our Annual Meeting & Quarterly Luncheon with Elliot Eisenberg. Lunch courtesy of Robins School of Business.

About this event

We may not be able to meet at Jepson but this event will have some of the elements you would find at a Quarterly Luncheon, including some social time. Register by 9:00 AM on November 17 and you will receive a Doordash gift card. Thank you to the Robins School of Business, VACEOs Sponsor, who will be providing lunch for attendees!

Check out the agenda:

12:00-12:07--Welcome and Annual Meeting

12:07-12:25--Breakout room networking.

12:25-12:35--Sponsor moment with Fahrenheit Advisors

12:35-1:15--Speaker, Elliot Eisenberg

1:15 - 1:30--Breakout room networking.

1:30 Adjourn

About our speaker and presentation:

Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. (aka, “The Bowtie Economist”) promises to entertain and educate as he discusses the short-term and longer-term health of the US economy. Dr. Eisenberg will discuss the most recent statistics on key topics such as the depth and breadth of the Sar-Cov-2 induced decline, the speed, shape and main drivers of the current economic recovery, the health of the labor market, inflation, future Federal Reserve policy, the importance and likelihood of a fourth stimulus bill, the growing debt and deficit, business sentiment, corporate investment behavior, policy changes that are likely to occur given the election outcome and real estate. Eisenberg will close by comparing economic conditions across the nation focusing on several key trends. After his prepared remarks, Dr. Eisenberg looks forward to taking questions from the audience. Be ready to take plenty of notes.