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Economic Update Featuring Brian Beaulieu: Presented by First Financial Bank

DRMA is once again hosting one of the nation’s most informed economists, Brian Beaulieu, on Thursday, September 8.

“Rising Trends for the US and Global Economy” featuring Brian Beaulieu, Presented by First Financial Bank

Brian will give insight on how to forecast, plan, and increase your profits based on business cycle trend analyses.  ITR Economics predicts future economic trends with a 94.7% accuracy rate and 60 years of correct calls.  Brian will deliver a clear, comprehensive action plan, and tools for capitalizing on business cycle fluctuations and outperforming competition.

Brian is a dynamic, interesting and entertaining speaker.  As the CEO of ITR economics, Brian has spent 25 years traveling around the US and Canada speaking to business owners as an informed economic consultant.  You will not be disappointed!

Presented by First Financial Bank and co-sponsored by Clark Schaefer Hackett, the event will take place at the Sinclair Conference Center on Thursday, September 8.  The program will start at 5:00 (doors open at 4:30); a reception with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will follow the program, starting at about 6:30.  Only 250 tickets are available, so register early!

Cost: $50 members, $75 non-members

Parking: Free

Attire: Business

Event Details

444 W 3rd Street, Dayton, OH 45402 United States
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