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Join business professionals from the Emporia area for the

EMPORIA REGIONAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCE

Friday, October 26, 2018  |  10:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Memorial Union at Emporia State University

1 Kellogg Circle, Emporia, KS  66801
Registration: $75

Business leaders are turning to the Emporia Regional Economic Outlook Conference for a glimpse into the region’s economic future.  Founded by Wichita State University’s W. Frank Barton School of Business, the Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CEDBR), and the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce; the purpose of the conference is to provide insight into current local and national economies, addressing topics of interest to the community, region, and state. A combination of state and local experts will be on hand to provide perspectives on issues affecting Business, industry, education and government.

 

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SPEAKERS

ED BASHAW
Emporia State University
School of Business
Dean

BIO
 
 
MARC FUSARO
Emporia State University
Center for Business and
Economic Development
Associate Professor & Director
The Emporia State Economic Index
 

BIO
 

JEREMY HILL
Wichita State University
Center for Economic Development
and Business Research
Director
State Outlook

 

BIO
 

KELLY EDMISTON
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Senior Economist
Economic Conditions in low- and moderate- Income Communities

 

 

BIO
 

STAN LONGHOFER
Wichita State University
Center for Real Estate
Director
Real Estate Outlook

 

BIO
 
 
ROB CATLETT
Emporia State University
Center for Economic Education and Community Research
Director 
Local Outlook
 
 
     


 


 

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WHAT ARE THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCES?

 

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TIME

TENTATIVE AGENDA ITEM

10:30 Registration / Networking
11:00 Lunch / Welcoming Remarks (Moderator): 
Ed Bashaw, Dean
School of Business
Emporia State University
11:20 The Emporia State Economic Index: 
Marc Fusaro, Associate Professor & Director
Center for Business and Economic Development
Emporia State University
11:40 State Outlook:
Jeremy Hill, Director
Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
12:10 -- BREAK --
12:30

Economic Conditions in Low- and Moderate-Income Communities
Kelly Edmiston, Senior Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

1:00

Real Estate Outlook:
Dr. Stan Longhofer, Director
Center for Real Estate
Wichita State University

1:30

Local Outlook: 
Rob Catlett, Director
Center for Economic Education and Community Research
Emporia State University

2:00 Closing Remarks / Adjournment

View previous year's agenda

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The primary audience for this event includes:

- Managers & Directors
- Executives & Owners
- Vice Presidents & Associate Executives
- Government & Elected Officials
- Analysts, Economists, & Researchers
- Board Directors
- Attorneys
- Media
- University Professors
- Economic Developers
- University Students

The below list shows who attended last year's event.

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Join business professionals from the Emporia area for the

EMPORIA REGIONAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCE

Friday, October 26, 2018  |  10:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Memorial Union at Emporia State University

1 Kellogg Circle, Emporia, KS  66801
Registration: $75

Business leaders are turning to the Emporia Regional Economic Outlook Conference for a glimpse into the region’s economic future.  Founded by Wichita State University’s W. Frank Barton School of Business, the Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CEDBR), and the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce; the purpose of the conference is to provide insight into current local and national economies, addressing topics of interest to the community, region, and state. A combination of state and local experts will be on hand to provide perspectives on issues affecting Business, industry, education and government.