Fox Cities Chamber: Announces Anthony Chan as featured speaker during Economic Outlook Breakfast in February

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Appleton, Wisconsin (December 22, 2015) – The Fox Cities Regional Partnership, a division of the Fox Cities Chamber, and presenting sponsor, JPMorgan Chase, are excited to host the Economic Outlook Breakfast on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel. The featured speaker is Anthony Chan, PhD, Chief Economist, JPMorgan Chase.

Anthony Chan joined JPMorgan in 1994. His responsibilities include economic analysis and research in support o­f Chase and the Private Bank’s Global Investment Committee. Mr. Chan has been quoted in many media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times and Investor’s Daily. He appears several times per month on CNBC, and often is featured in other media outlets such as Fox Business News, CNN, Reuters and public television’s Nightly Business Report.

During the breakfast, Mr. Chan will provide insights into critical economic indicators and proven strategies for leveraging economic forecasts. In addition to Mr. Chan, Manny Vasquez, Vice President of the Fox Cities Regional Partnership, will reveal the results of an annual local economic outlook survey, conducted by the Partnership, covering issues such as employment, availability of qualified workers, sales growth and volume, net profits, and salaries for the previous year. Participants of the survey were also asked to make projections for the coming year. The results will be highlighted during the breakfast and also printed for distribution during the event.

Registration is now open. The event will be Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7:00am – 9:00am at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton. Individual tickets for Chamber members are $35.00 or $45.00 general admission. Tables of ten are also available at $300.00 for Chamber members or $400.00 general admission. To register, visit bit.ly/eob2016 or call 920.734.7101. The media is encouraged to attend.