SAVE THE DATE!
13th Annual Oregon Economic Forum
What’s Next After the Election?
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Portland Art Museum
Doors open at 7am for breakfast
Registration now open!
EARLY REGISTRATION deadline Oct. 5:
$65 per person or $460 for a table of 8.
Oct. 6 through Nov. 9:
$75 per person or $480 for a table of 8.
Join us for the 13th Annual Oregon Economic Forum where we will explore the aftermath of another brutal election cycle and what it means for the economy. We have invited a special guest, Stan Collendar, one of the most quoted pundits on all aspects of the federal budget and Washington’s response to economic and fiscal challenges to explore what the outcome of the election will mean for the ability of Congress and the President to keep our economy moving. In addition, we are hosting a panel on panel on Millennials and What They Mean For Your Firm with Sheila Martin, Director of PSU’s Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies and Shawn Busse, CEO of Kinesis. And, finally, an Economic and Financial Review and Preview with Oregon Economic Forum Director Tim Duy and KeyBank Chief Investment Strategist Bruce McCain. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event.
Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor KeyBank and our bronze sponsors the Port of Portland and the Portland Business Alliance.
Economic and Financial Review and Preview
Tim Duy, Director, Oregon Economic Forum, University of Oregon
Bruce McCain, Chief Strategist, Key Private Bank
Millennials and What They Mean For Business
Shawn Busse, CEO, Kinesis
Sheila Martin, Director, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University
New President, New Economy? What The Election Means For Growth.
Stan Collender, Executive Vice President, Qorvis MSLGROUP
Read Stan Collender’s latest on Forbes:
Top 5 Things Trump & Clinton Aren’t Telling You
About What Will Happen To The Budget in 2017
For information on sponsoring this event, please contact Tim Duy at 541-346-4660 or email@example.com
The Oregon Economic Forum is launching a new project as part of our comprehensive effort to assess the state’s economy. And we need your help!
We are asking that you participate in a survey designed to track business conditions in Oregon. This short survey ask questions about business conditions at your firm, in your industry, and in your geographic area. Quotes from certain open-ended questions may be featured in quarterly publications detailing the results of the survey.
We are looking to build a contact list of firms willing to participate with a goal of launching the first survey by the second quarter of 2015. If you are interested in participating, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A sample of the survey is available here – at the end you will have another opportunity to participate.
Thank you for your support of the Oregon Economic Forum and the University of Oregon.
The June 2016 State of Oregon Economic Indexes of was released today. Full report is available here. We thank KeyBank for their generous support of this project.
Oregon’s economy posted some modestly softer numbers in June but the pace of activity remains generally consistent with that normally experienced during expansions. Highlights of this month’s report include: Continue Reading
The May 2016 Oregon Regional Economic Indicators was released today. Full report is available here. We thank KeyBank for their generous support of this project
May saw continued solid growth across the regional areas of Oregon. Highlights of this month’s report include: Continue Reading
The May 2016 State of Oregon Economic Indexes of was released today. Full report is available here. We thank KeyBank for their generous support of this project.
Oregon continues to grow at a pace similar to that of prior expansions. Highlights of this month’s report include: Continue Reading
The March 2016 State of Oregon Regional Economic Indexes of was released today. Full report is available here. We thank KeyBank for their generous support of this project.
Regional economies maintained their momentum in April. Highlights of the report include: Continue Reading