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Phoenix Chamber and Cox economic outlook

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The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (www.phoenixchamber.com) does it every year in conjunction with Cox Communications to get insight from economic experts on the changing global, national and local economies. Nearly 1,000 business executives will hear from noted local economist Elliot Pollack and other experts on Friday, September 5th at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

The schedule goes like this: Dr. Quincy Krosby, a chief market strategist for Prudential Annuities, will discuss the status of international industries, future economic drivers and the role Phoenix plays in the global economy; Jim Huntzinger of BOK Financial will talk about the national economy with a focus on financial markets and veteran Arizona economist Elliot Pollack of Elliot D. Pollack and Company will look at the commercial real estate forecast and other aspects of the state’s economy in the future.

The September 5th event will answer these questions and more:

· As the real estate market rises what kind of growth is there in other Valley industries and is the state creating the jobs necessary to attract and retain talent?

· What sectors will drive U.S. economic growth?

· As the U.S. economy grains momentum is the global economy following suit? What are this country’s most important trading partners doing to stimulate growth?

Cox Communications will showcase a new, interactive mobile technology which will allow audience members to weigh in on their predictions for 2015.

Registration for this event closes Tuesday, September 2nd. You can register online at www.phoenixchamber.com/eo2015.

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of commerce was established in 1888 and boasts 2,500 member businesses across Phoenix metro. It is the state’s largest and most established business organization. “The Chamber supports the development and growth of business by offering networking and marketing opportunities, money-saving programs and a voice in government by keeping members informed, connected and prosperous,” the Chamber mission states.

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