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COVID-19 - Flex Registration
CEDBR is continuing to watch and plan for potential Covid-19 disruptions to our scheduled events. In order to prepare for any outcome, CEDBR has decided to introduce flex registration. With flex registration, all attendees will be automatically registered in an in-person and webinar format. On the day of the event, you can choose either format to attend. We are looking forward to meeting and networking in-person, but we feel it is important to be prepared with a social distancing option. Just click the flex registration button below to reserve your seat.

Jeremy Hill, director of the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University,
will talk about the current economic conditions, economic drivers for the state and regional economies, and
general expectations over the coming months.  Topics to be included are labor demand, costs, and wages. 
A local speaker will provide an in-depth analysis of the local economy, with assistance from CEDBR.

The cost to attend an event is $50, which includes the forecast booklets ($100 value). 

All attendees will receive a one-year subscription to CEDBR’s forecast booklets. The center has developed
two in-depth publications and reference guides on regional and statewide economic conditions in Kansas.

 

SPEAKERS AND EVENTS
   STATE AND REGIONAL OUTLOOK - SPEAKING AT ALL EVENTS

Jeremy Hill
Director, Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University 
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Wednesday
10/14/2020
8:00 - 10:00 A.M.

Atchison County Community Outlook Event
Atchison Event Center

James Young
Professor
Benedictine College
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Wednesday
10/14/2020
1:00 - 3:00 P.M.

Leavenworth County Community Outlook Event
TBD

Steve Jack
Executive Director
Leavenworth County Development Corporation
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Monday
10/19/2020
1:00 - 3:00 P.M.

Thomas County Community Outlook Event
TBD

Vernon Hurd
Executive Director
Thomas County Economic Development Alliance
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Tuesday
10/20/2020
1:00 - 3:00 P.M.

Barton County Community Outlook Event
The Event Center

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   MORNING AGENDA 8:00 - 10:00 AM

8:00 Registration / Networking / Refreshments
8:30 State/Regional Outlook:
Jeremy Hill, director at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
9:15 -- Q & A--
9:30 Local Update:
Local Speaker
9:50 -- Q & A--
   AFTERNOON AGENDA 1:00 - 3:00 PM
1:00 Registration / Networking / Refreshments
1:30 State/Regional Outlook:
Jeremy Hill, director at the Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
2:15 -- Q & A--
2:30 Local Update:
Local Speaker
2:50 -- Q & A--
  Included in the price of the Regional Event is a one-year subscription to the
CEDBR forecast booklets ($100 Value), which are in-depth publications
and reference guides on regional and statewide economic conditions in Kansas: 
  The Kansas Economic Trends, published in October, includes the state-wide Economic Conditions survey results, Kansas Industry news and Developments, and indicators for seven regions of the state along with the largest 25 counties.  
 

The Kansas Economic Review, published in February, provides an in-depth analysis of three key segments of the state economy: households, industries, and governments. Each segment takes a broader view in how it is interconnected with current economic conditions.

 

WHAT ARE THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCES?

 

 

Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Request for Accommodations
Please contact Jill.Johnson@wichita.edu to request an accommodation for participating in the conference by October 1, 2020.

 

 

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  • Kansas Economy Data Website

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Kansas Data Website Fiscal and Economic Impact Analysis Employment and Population Forecasts Labor Analysis Market Research Retail Gap Analysis  

2020 EOC Speakers/Topics

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The novel coronavirus has created a long-shadow of uncertainty. Join over 750 business and community leaders either by webcast or in person to gain insight on how to plan for growth into 2021.

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41st ANNUAL KANSAS
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCE

Thursday, October 8, 2020 
from 7:30-11:30 AM


Century II Convention Center

225 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67202


("Early Bird" networking at 6:45 AM and breakfast served at 7:30 AM)

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NATIONAL ECONOMY

ESTHER GEORGE

President/CEO
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
STATE AND LOCAL EMPLOYMENT FORECAST

JEREMY HILL

Director
Center for Economic Development and Business Research
Wichita State University
HEALTHCARE

ROBERT ST. PETER

President/CEO
Kansas Health Institute
SMALL BUSINESS ECONOMIC UPDATE

PATRICK DELEHANTY

Director of Economic Research
U.S. Small Business Adminstration Office of Advocacy
 
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  • Flex Registration means all attendees will be automatically registered for the event in both the in-person and webinar formats.
  • Early Registration $150 
    ($185 after September 10th)
  • Bring your team. Tables of 10 seats are available, and will receive preferred seating. 
     
  • MORE INFORMATION AT
    EOC2020.CEDBR.org

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Included in the price of the conference is a one-year subscription
to the CEDBR forecast booklets ($100 value), which are in-depth
publications and reference guides on regional and statewide
economic conditions in Kansas: 


  The Kansas Economic Trends, published in October, includes the state-wide Economic Conditions survey results, Kansas Industry news and Developments, and indicators for seven regions of the state along with the largest 25 counties.    

 
     
  The Kansas Economic Review, published in February, provides an in-depth analysis of three key segments of the state economy: households, industries, and governments.  Each segment takes a broader view in how it is interconnected with current economic conditions.   

 

 
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Phone: (316) 978-3225
www.cedbr.org