Annual Forecast Luncheon March 22nd

March 9, 2012 by  

Members of Gurnee’s business community are getting an opportunity to interact with government decision makers March 22nd via the Lake County Chamber’s 5th Annual Forecast Luncheon.

For the last four years and counting, the Lake County Chamber of Commerce has been inviting elected officials, prominent leaders in the community, and speakers from Chicago’s Federal Reserve Bank, to come and speak to local professionals at the Forecast Luncheon. As is to be expected from the title, these talks are going to focus primarily on the future of the economy from both a national and a local perspective. With the insights that these individuals have, business owners can make better informed decisions throughout the year.

Typically going through lunch hour with a start time of 11:30 am and a conclusion of 1:00 pm, the schedule is nothing less than convenient. As far as the agenda is concerned, this upcoming luncheon isn’t going to differ too much from what people are already used to. The speakers for this event include: William Strauss of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, William Whitmer of Lake County Partners, Maureen Reidy of Visit Lake County, and David Stolman of the Lake County Board.

All of these benefits are without even mentioning the fact that the Lake County Chamber still has sponsorships open for the luncheon. With so many professionals expected at this event, a bit of stationery printing or flyer printing can go a long way. Those who are interested in these opportunities are encouraged to call the Chamber.