You’ve come to expect a lot from our annual Economic Outlook Luncheon, and 2019’s gathering is going to be as relevant, as insightful and as future-focused as ever.
If you’re an enlightened leader with a can’t-wait-for-tomorrow view, then you won’t want to miss this year’s dynamic luncheon, complete with emerging trends, future-growth strategies and performance indicators.
The overall business climate, economic performance, emerging trends, attitudes toward future growth and how it all compares to other businesses within the Greater Omaha area, and throughout the nation will satisfy your appetite for relevant information, performance data and perceptions.
Keynote Speaker: Amy Liu
Amy Liu is vice president and director of the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings and the Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy. She is a national expert on cities and metropolitan areas and frequently writes about inclusive economic growth, the fortunes of mid-sized cities and small towns and the intersection of economic, workforce and community development policies. The author of “Remaking Economic Development”, Liu was also lead editor of “Resilience and Opportunity: Lessons from the Gulf Coast after Katrina and Rita.” In Liu has served as a special advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and was special assistant to HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros. She also staffed the U.S. Senate Banking Committee’s subcommittee on housing and urban affairs. Liu holds a degree in social policy and urban studies from Northwestern University. In 2015, she completed the High Impact Leadership Program at Columbia Business School.
For more information and event details, visit OmahaChamber.org/EOL.
Members: $70 per person / $700 per table of 10
Non-Members: $85 per person / $850 per table of 10
Registration opens on Sept. 16, 2019
Reservations are due by Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019. No refunds will be granted after this date.
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