Struggling to navigate through the ambiguity and mixed signals about the current and future state of the economy? Look no further! Join us on August 22 for our Future in Focus: 2024 Economic Outlook seminar featuring renowned economist Patrick Luce from the Institute for Trend Research (ITR).
Luce will provide detailed analysis and forecasts for the US economy and financial markets, exploring both rapid responses to new data and developments, and more in-depth coverage of key themes, current trends, and future developments.
With a focus on assessing financial market trends and their impact on your business, you’ll gain valuable insights into the projected changes in the economic landscape, and business strategies and tactics to help you plan and navigate the future with assurance.
By the end of the seminar, you’ll have a comprehensive understanding of the economic landscape, which will help you assess business demand, evaluate the labor market, and understand the potential impact of inflation, interest rates and much more.
Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be able to make strategic decisions to drive organizational success. Sign up today to gain valuable insights into the economic landscape and put the future in focus!
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Assess business demand for 2023 and into 2024
- Evaluate the labor market and present expectations for availability and labor costs
- Describe a clear picture of inflation and interest rates
- Discuss lingering supply chain issues and ongoing pricing concerns
- Analyze ITR’s key leading indicators and describe what they foretell for their organizations’ markets
- Appraise relevant market outlooks and discuss issues that impact their organizations’ profitability via resource allocation, budgets, expectations, and strategic planning
- Describe the potential impact of a shift in government from the midterm elections, as well as the potential consequences of massive government programs
- Assess the health of financial market trends and their impact, if any, on the forecasts