From an economic perspective, we thought the beginning to 2016 was a wild ride. The last few months heading into 2017 has been full of turbulence and headlines. A surprising Presidential election, movements by the Fed as well as local influences such as the oil and gas sector have provided anything but stability and predictability. Please join us for an insightful look into possible economic scenarios in 2017 and beyond with Tom Binnings, Colorado’s own widely respected economist. Mr. Binnings is a returning City Club speaker and Senior Partner at Summit Economics.
About Tom Binnings:
Summit Economics was formed in 2008. Today, Summit Economics’ partners have over 150 years of combined relevant experience in the field of applied economics. Its partners include Tucker Hart Adams, Dave Bamberger, Paul Rochette and Tom Binnings. Mr. Binnings’ career as an applied economist spans over 35 years during which he analyzed numerous projects, industries, and environments from business, public policy, and economic perspectives. Mr. Binnings is a Senior Partner with Summit Economics, along with Tucker Hart Adams. His presentations are known for executive and policy level insights. He also writes for Colorado Biz Magazine and the Colorado Springs Business Journal and is frequently interviewed by Colorado and national journalists. He serves on several panels of economists making national and regional forecasts. He is an Adjunct Faculty Member of Webster University and Regis University. Mr. Binnings holds a degree in Economics from Colorado College with an emphasis in urban and regional economics and received his MBA from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College with a focus on strategy and finance.
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