International Economist Coming to Naples, Speaking on Global Markets and Economic Outlook
Vistage Florida, an executive leadership program, is hosting internationally recognized economist, Brian Beaulieu, at their upcoming “Vistage Economics Forum” in Naples on Wednesday, September 19th.
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Sept. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- Vistage Florida, an executive leadership program, is hosting internationally recognized economist, Brian Beaulieu, at their upcoming “Vistage Economics Forum” in Naples on Wednesday, September 19th. Attendees will gain powerful insights from a global scale that can be applied locally to enhance their businesses in the months and years to come.
CEO of The Institute For Trend Research (ITR), Beaulieu will present the economic outlook for various industries and the global economy. Specifically, he’ll provide insights on what this means for businesses, what leaders can expect from interest rates, and strategies to leverage the economic recovery for business success.
ABOUT BRIAN BEAULIEU Brian Beaulieu has been an economist for ITR (http://www.ITReconomics.com) since 1982 and is currently the CEO. He has been primarily engaged in applied research in business cycle trend analysis, growth cycle trend analysis and the utilization of cyclical analysis at a practical business level. The applied research conducted by ITR includes domestic and international economic issues. Brian is also engaged in fundamental research focused on long-range quantitative forecasting of basic industrial and financial trends.
ABOUT VISTAGE Vistage, a CEO membership organization was founded in 1957. Its mission is to increase the effectiveness and enhance the lives of members. Vistage has 15,000 members in 16 countries who meet in small groups of up to 18 non-competing companies. Each group is led by a Chair. Barbara Monti leads Vistage 2046, which she launched in Southwest Florida in 1996. Members help one another to become better leaders, make better decisions, and achieve better results. Vistage membership is by invitation only. For more information, contact Barbara Monti at (239) 949-4400.