Mihaylo College Associate Professor of Economics Mira Farka discusses the outlook for the economy at the Spring Economic Forecast. The performance of the economy is vital for business, government, nonprofit and educational decision making, but how can you know where business is headed, particularly in these ever-changing times? Will home prices keep rising? Can unemployment go lower? What are business managers optimistic and concerned about?

By attending the 24th Annual Economic Forecast, hosted by the Cal State Fullerton Mihaylo College Woods Center for Economic Analysis and Forecasting and the Orange County Business Council (OCBC) and title sponsored by U.S. Bank, you will have exclusive access to a three-year outlook for the Orange County, Southern California, U.S. and global economies, with commentary by some of the leading academic and professional voices in the region.

Join CEOs, business managers, expert professors, local government officials and community leaders in the posh yet professional vibe of Hotel Irvine on Thursday, Oct. 25, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for presentations by Provost Emeritus Anil Puri, Orange County’s premier economic researcher and former dean of Mihaylo College, and CSUF Mihaylo College Associate Professor of Economics Mira Farka, a rising star in the discipline and a previous senior economist at Deutsche Bank. Gain an applied perspective from two leading Orange County executives – Michael Camuñez, president, CEO and co-founder of strategic consulting firm Monarch Global Strategies LLC; and Lucy Dunn, president and CEO of the OCBC and former director of the California Department of Housing and Community Development, who will highlight the county’s game changers who are transforming our world.

Space is still available for attendees and additional platinum, gold and corporate sponsorships, so reserve your space today!

Just two hours of your day could transform your company or organization forever, with essential, actionable and up-to-the-minute statistics and commentary and the opportunity to network with the best of the best.

For more information, reach out to Sabra Ritter, senior director of the OCBC, at 949-794-7241 or sritter@ocbc.org or purchase your ticket online.

We hope to see you at the forecast conference!