Many others just like you are trying to sustain sales growth in a highly-competitive and uncertain global economy. You can come out of this recession on top by making the right business decisions. Join us at the IDEA E-Biz Forum to gain business strategies and recommendations from Todd Buchholz, former economic advisor to President Bush Senior.
Keynote Presentation, Wednesday, September 23
How to Compete in a Global Economy
Never before have businesses felt such excruciating pressure to compete. While riding a roller coaster stock market, firms have struggled to raise prices, even when their costs go up. Loyal customers seem ready to jump to a competitor. How can your company and industry survive and thrive? What will Congress do to help or hurt your industry in the coming year? Learn how to anticipate the new trends that open up fresh opportunities for the electrical supply chain, service and technology companies.
Take a sneak peek at Buchholz’s insights on the global economy – watch the video of his radio broadcast at South Africa’s leading source for independent investment information, Moneyweb. Buchholz chats about the economics of the Obama presidency and gives an outlook for global markets. (November 2008)
Former economic advisor to President Bush Senior, this author, economist, and award winning economics professor at Harvard has been featured on ABC News, PBS, CBS, and recently hosted his own special on CNBC. Buchholz is a Co-Founder of Enso Capital Management, LLC and Co-Founder and Managing Director of Two Oceans Management, LLC. He is also an editor for Worth magazine and has penned articles for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Readers Digest. Buchholz has authored numerous books that have been translated into a dozen languages and are used in universities nationwide including: Market Shock: 9 Economic and Social Upheavals that Will Shake Our Financial Future, the best-selling New Ideas from Dead Economists and From Here to Economy, which were lavishly praised by The New York Times and Financial Times.
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