BOLD Speaker Series 2.0

Nonmember Price: Free to Attend Date: Location: Garland Chamber of Commerce Address: 520 N. Glenbrook Dr. Garland, TX 75040 Categories: Small Business, Seminars/Webinars, Chamber Events


Event Details

The Garland Chamber in partnership with Texas Security Bank is proud to be hosting the BOLD Speaker Series 2.0. The Business Speaker Series will be a monthly, continuing education forum for business owners. The series is designed to enhance knowledge in critical business disciplines - especially for the independent business owner.

January Topic: Key Economic Business Drivers
Speaker: Taylor st. Germain, Economic Analyst, ITR Economics

Date: January 28, 2020
Time: 8 - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Garland Chamber of Commerce
Address: 520 N. Glenbrook Dr. Garland, TX 75040

About the Topic

The last two years have provided for many headlines, but did those headlines help or hinder your business?  Presidential politics are fascinating, and we will explore the likely impact, if any, on the near-term economy and what potential election outcomes may mean to our forecast and to your world.  Our job will be to determine the best course of action for the most important part of the economy- you and your business.

Join us for the next Texas Security Bank Business Speaker Series, continuing education for business owners.  Meet Taylor St. Germain, Economic Analyst ITR Economics.  We Will:

  • Look at a system of leading indicators proven to signal cyclical turns in the economy
    • Discuss the sectors of the economy that will provide the best opportunities for the next business cycle decline
  • Access interest rate and other financial market trends
  • Consider the 3, 5, & 7-year planning needed to prepare for challenges and opportunities

About the Speaker

Taylor provides economic consulting services for small businesses, trade associations, and Fortune 500 companies across a spectrum of industries.  As a member of the Leading Indicator team with experience in both consulting and forecasting, Taylor is a key contributor to ITR Economics forecast accuracy rating of 94.7%.

Before joining ITR Economics, Taylor graduated from the University of Vermont with a major in statistics and a double minor in mathematics and political science.