Doubleheader: CCEDC to Weigh In on Region’s Economic Outlook with Philadelphia Business Journal, Then Hold Its Own Outlook for Chester County

Mark Hostutler
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Michael Grigalonis

The Chester County Economic Development Council has been tapped by The Philadelphia Business Journal to weigh in on a regional economic outlook, one day before CCEDC holds its 17th Annual Economic Outlook for Chester County businesses.

Thursday’s virtual panel event with The Philadelphia Business Journal and CCEDC’s Chief Operating Officer, Michael Grigalonis, is the first in an Economic Forecast Four-Part Series. It begins at 8:45 AM with a keynote from Patrick T. Harker, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Then, at around 9:30 AM, the panelists weigh in. In addition to Grigalonis, they include:

  • Anne Bovaird Nevins, President of the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation
  • Dave Zellers, Director of Commerce for Montgomery County
  • Scott Nissenbaum, President and COO at Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Participants can register for Thursday’s event by clicking here, and then register for the CCEDC’s 17th Annual Economic Outlook on Friday, Jan. 8 from 12:45 PM-2:30 PM by clicking here.

Panelists for the latter event – entitled “Impacts of COVID-19 on a Post-Election Economy” – include James Glassman, Managing Director and Head Economist for Commercial Banking at Chase, and Patti Brennan, President and CEO at Key Financial. Registration is required to receive the viewing link.

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