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Reimagining the Economic Future Is All About Technology

March 20 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am

$25

“Technology continues to blaze an exciting and rapid path worldwide. As exciting and life changing as the technological advances have been over the last 50 years, the impact of new technologies in the next decade will be greater.  Fortunately, technology is oblivious to ideological debates, political rhetoric, and market idiosyncrasies. The questions which now must be considered in understanding the economic landscape over the next several years must focus on the accelerating realities of advanced and sophisticated technologies while recognizing the distracting and inhibiting realities of public policy,” says  Dr. Robert A. Gough, Jr. Managing Director of Chatham Hill, a strategic analytics firm that advises companies from mid-cap to Fortune 500 in future-state thinking and execution. Gough adds, “Combined, a thorough and insightful review of these important backdrops help to frame the Critical Questions of 2019 as well as highlight New Life Platforms that technology is offering up.” Join us for the North Shore Technology Council’s annual economic outlook forum – featuring Bob Gough, Ph.D., on Wednesday, March 20, 2018, 7:00-9:00 AM (7:00 AM networking and continental breakfast; 7:45 AM program begins)., 100 Cummings Center, Suite 221E, Beverly, MA. Register at www.nstc.org. The registration fee is $15 for NSTC members and $25 for non-members. Sponsored by Ulen and Hogue Financial.

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Date:
March 20
Time:
7:00 am - 9:00 am
Cost:
$25
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Organizer

North Shore Technology Council
Phone:
978-335-5234
Email:
events@nstc.org
Website:
http://nstc.org/

Venue

Cummings Center
100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-E
Beverly, MA 01915 United States
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