Fox Cities Regional Partnership: Nationally-Acclaimed Economist Elliot Eisenberg set as Keynote Speaker for 2018 Economic Outlook Lunch in Fox Cities
Director of Research and Technology
APPLETON, Wis. – Nationally-acclaimed economist and public speaker, Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D., will be this year’s keynote speaker during the Fox Cities 2018 Economic Outlook Lunch. The event will be hosted by the Fox Cities Regional Partnership, the economic development division of the Fox Cities Chamber, along with presenting sponsor Investors Community Bank on Wednesday, February 14 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel.
Often called the “Stand-up Economist,” Eisenberg, president, chief economist and founder of GraphsandLaughs, uniquely specializes in making the arcana and minutiae of economics entertaining and relevant. With expertise and consultation sought-out by federal, state and local governments and legislators, hedge funds and investment advisory groups, Dr. Eisenberg is an established authority on the national and global economy and its impact on various industries.
The annual Economic Outlook Lunch provides an afternoon event filled with both macro and micro economic insights together with a keynote speaker discussing how national and global trends could impact the Fox Cities' economy. Also revealed are the results of an annual local Economic Outlook Survey, conducted by the Fox Cities Regional Partnership, covering business trends from the previous year and projections for 2018. The results are highlighted during the presentation and also printed for distribution during the event.
More information, registration for the event, and a link to take the survey are available on the Fox Cities Regional Partnership website. The event will be Wednesday, February 14, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton. Individual tickets for Chamber members are $45.00 or $50.00 for general admission. Tables of ten are also available at $400.00 for Chamber members or $450.00 for general admission. To register, visit http://bit.ly/2018EOL or call 920.734.7101. Media are encouraged to attend.