Wednesday, February 26 | 8 to 9:30 a.m.
Ramada Plaza & Suites and Conference Center
Registration is closed.
The Chamber’s annual Economic Outlook Forum is an opportunity to discuss global economic trends and examine the local landscape and factors that will keep us competitive in the future. Join the discussion of our economic outlook and regional trends. See who is currently attending.
Join the discussion to find out what factors are influencing the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo economy. Use #EOF14 before, during and after the event to be part of the conversation.
Our panel includes:
- Jim Gartin, president of the Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation, who will focus on the local details of a growing economy.
- Ross Manson, principal at Eide Bailly LLC, who will provide perspective on the economic impact of the health care industry in terms of workforce, wages, research, and innovation.
- Pam Sharp, who will outline North Dakota revenue projections for 2014 and highlight the leading factors affecting our state’s growing economy. Sharp serves as the Director of the North Dakota Office of Management and Budget.
- Dan Staller, president of the Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo market of Starion Financial, who will present the results of the 2013 local business economic outlook survey and compare them with last year’s results.
Registration (includes breakfast)
$35 in advance | $45 at the door | $650 corporate table
$50 in advance | $60 at the door
Event Cancellations and Refunds
Due to costs incurred and commitments made to vendors the deadline to cancel a registration and/or to receive a refund will be no later than 12 noon one week prior to the event for booth registrations and 12 noon the day prior to the event for individual registrations. Any cancellations received after those deadline times will be billed to the participant whether or not they attended.
Registrations may be transferred to another person in your firm only if notification is given to The Chamber office either prior to the event or at the registration table.
If the event or meeting is canceled by The Chamber due to insufficient registration, act of nature or other reason beyond its control a refund or credit on account will be provided for any paid registrations.