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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jun 11, 2010-
Jun 11, 2010
07:00AM - 09:00AM
The Sonoma County Economic Development Board Presents 2010 Economic Briefing Breakfast
Dr. Steve Cochrane provides his annual outlook for Sonoma County, analyzing the primary business forces that affect our local economy.
Sonoma,
Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel
Event Description

Dr. Steve Cochrane provides his annual outlook for Sonoma County, analyzing the primary business forces that affect our local economy. At Moody’s Economy.com, he oversees the forecasts for all 50 states and directs research and development activities of the research staff. One of the most respected economists in America, Dr. Cochrane has examined Sonoma County for almost a decade—measuring strengths and weaknesses in our main employment sectors:

Agriculture, Food and Wine • Retail Trade • Healthcare • Leisure and Hospitality • Manufacturing • Construction • Government and Public Education • Professional and Business Services

Join us for a hot breakfast and Dr. Cochrane’s analysis of the measures underway to rebuild the U.S. economy and what factors may still impede recovery. What are the prospects for housing markets and consumer spending? Do government deficits, at home and abroad affect the long-term outlook? All attendees will receive a copy of his report.
Date/Time: Friday, June 11, 2010, 7 to 9 AM Location: Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel, Santa Rosa Cost: $65 Individual; $575 Reserved Table of 8
Deadline for reservations is June 7, 2010

Fee: $65.00

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