Monday, October 21, 2024
11:00 - 2:00 pm

Studio 96, INC.

121 S Broadway Ave, Sterling, KS 67579

Thank you to the Sterling Chamber of Commerce and the City of Sterling
for sponsoring free admissions for this event.

                   

SPEAKERS

STATE AND REGIONAL OUTLOOK

Jeremy Hill
Director, Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University

Bio

 

 UPDATE

Craig Compton
Research Economist, Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
Bio 

LOCAL INDICATORS

Jonathan Norris
Research Economist, Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
Bio

Jeremy Hill will talk about the current economic conditions, economic drivers for the state and regional economies, and general expectations over the coming months.

 

Jonathan Norris, Research Economist at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research will share local data from the center's Healthy, Wealthy, Wise, Business Dynamism, and Government Vitality Indexes. 

Workforce Panel

Local Panelist

Local Panelist

Local Panelist

  

   AGENDA
11:00 Registration / Networking / Lunch
11:30 Welcoming Remarks
11:35 State Outlook:
Jeremy Hill, Director at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
12:20 Local Indicators:
Jonathan Norris, Research Economist at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
12:35  Update:
Craig Compton, Research Economist at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
12:50

Local Update:

1:15

Panel Presentation:
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2:00

Closing Remarks / Adjournment

  Included in the price of the Regional Event is a one-year subscription to the
CEDBR forecast booklets ($100 Value), which are in-depth publications
and reference guides on regional and statewide economic conditions in Kansas: 
  The Kansas Economic Trends, published in October, includes the state-wide Economic Conditions survey results, Kansas Industry news and Developments, and indicators for seven regions of the state along with the largest 25 counties.  
 

The Kansas Economic Review, published in February, provides an in-depth analysis of three key segments of the state economy: households, industries, and governments. Each segment takes a broader view in how it is interconnected with current economic conditions.

 

WHAT ARE THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCES?

 

 

 

 

Would you like to sponsor one of our events?

Would you like to sponsor one of our events? Below is an introduction to our events. Contact cedbr@wichita.edu to speak with someone about sponsorship opportunities.

 

  

Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Request for Accommodations
Please contact andrea.wilson@wichita.edu to request an accommodation for participating in the conference by September 20, 2024.

 

 

rice.cedbr.org

https://www.cedbr.org/content/EOC/COE-sponsorship-opportunities-2023.pdf

Quick Links

Kansas Data Website Fiscal and Economic Impact Analysis Employment and Population Forecasts Labor Analysis Market Research Retail Gap Analysis