The Connecticut Economy
September 8, 2011
The Marriott Rocky Hill
8:30 a.m. to Noon
7:00 – 8:30 Registration
Peter Gioia, VP and Economist, CBIA
Joseph Brennan, Senior VP, Public Policy, CBIA
David V. Ring, New England Regional President First Niagra Financial Group
9:15 – 9:45 National and Global Economic Outlook
Edward Guay, Principal Wintonbury Risk Management
Janet M. Prisloe, CPA, Partner, BlumShapiro
Moderator: Sandra Johnson, VP and Director of Business Development, Domestic and International Business MetroHartford Alliance
Christopher Steele, Prsident, CWS Consulting Group LLC
Joseph F. Brennan, Senior Vice President, Public Policy CBIA
Donald Klepper-Smith, Chief Economist and Director of esearch, DataCore Partners LLC
CBIA, the Hartford Area Business Economists, and the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford present:
The Connecticut Economy
Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011
Marriott Rocky Hill, 100 Capital Blvd.
Registration: 7 am
Program: 8:30 am to noon
Sponsored by First Niagara, CL&P/Yankeegas, and BlumShapiro
- What are the challenges to doing business in Connecticut?
- When will economic conditions improve?
- How do decisions by the state legislature affect local businesses?
- Where are the best opportunities for business investments or mergers and acquisitions?
Join us September 8 and get answers to those questions and more from top economic and business experts. You’ll also receive a free copy of the 2011 Survey of Connecticut Businesses, sponsored by BlumShapiro.
Keynote speaker: David V. Ring, President, New England Region, First Niagara Financial Group
- Edward Guay, Principal, Wintonbury Risk Management
- Susan Coleman, DPS, Professor of Finance, Barney School of Business, University of Hartford
Panel: Business Competitiveness in Connecticut
- Moderator: Sandra B. Johnson, EDP, Vice President and Director of Business Development, MetroHartford Alliance
- Christopher Steele, President, CWS Consulting Group LLC
- Joseph F. Brennan, Senior Vice President, Public Policy, CBIA
- Donald Klepper-Smith, Chief Economist & Director of Research, DataCore Partners LLC
Mark your calendar and register now for the fall’s most anticipated economic event.
Cost per person
- CBIA/HABE member companies, $75
- Nonmember companies, $100
- Tables of 10, $650
Tune into WFSB Channel 3 or WTIC 1080 for cancellations due to inclement weather.