Tariffs, taxes and telling leading indicators all add up to a shift in the business cycle in the latter half of 2019 and into the first half of 2020. We are going to look at what they all mean. What is short-term in nature and what is longer-term in nature? What do they all add up to? We will go over it all so that you can plan with confidence for the remainder of 2019 and for 2020.
There is another rising trend coming. We think it is vitally important that you understand what to look for and how that upside cycle is likely to take shape.
It is all about maximizing your bottom line, be it in a slowing economy, contraction or expansion. If you know what to expect, you can plan accordingly.
In this session Brian Beaulieu will dive into the answers to these questions:
About Brian Beaulieu
Brian Beaulieu has been an economist with ITR Economics since 1982 and its CEO since 1987. At ITR, Beaulieu has both driven applied research regarding business-cycle trend analysis and implemented that research at the practical, company level. For the past 25 years, he has been leading workshops and seminars across the United States and Canada for thousands of business owners and executives.
Prior to joining ITR Economics, Beaulieu was an economist for the U.S. Department of Labor, where he worked on the healthcare component of the Consumer Price Index. Beaulieu has coauthored, with Alan Beaulieu, the books Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Make Your Move and, for children, But I Want It!
The clock is ticking. By 2020, more than 50 percent of your consumer and employee base will be people of the Millennial generation. What that means for us is that the time is now to ensure our team has the skills and strategies to effectively communicate, motivate, engage and sell our products, services and business to this significant demographic. Ryan Avery dives right in and shares with audiences the top strategies pulled from his best-selling book, Motivating Millennials:
Proposition 65 is a state-level law, so it can’t have that much impact on you, right? Wrong! If you are doing business in the State of California, you must be in compliance with this law or face stiff penalties. Worse yet, there’s a very low bar for so-called “bounty hunters” to purchase material, get it tested and bring charges against the companies that didn’t have the proper product labeling. In this valuable session, you’ll hear from Prop 65 expert Attorney Carol Brophy.
In this session you’ll learn: