For the past 12 years, the School of Business Administration has brought together executives, entrepreneurs and innovators from throughout the region and the country to discuss the trends and challenges facing business leaders today. Open to the public and offered at a discount to PSU students, the Business Briefings Series is held six times during the academic year.
Open to all alumni, students and friends: John Mitchell returns to deliver his annual Regional Economic Update, one of our most popular Business Briefing Breakfasts. John has served as Chairman of the Oregon Council of Economic Advisors from 1992 to 1998 and as member from 1984 to 1998, and has been making presentations on the national and regional economies to conventions, customer groups and associations for more than 37 years.
John Mitchell - Principal, M&H Economic Consultants; Former Western Regional Economist for U.S. Bancorp
When: Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Where: Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon, Portland OR 97201
Tickets: $20 (includes breakfast). Click here for more information and to register
There is a $20 charge to attend Business Briefings. PSU students can register at a discounted price of $10. Registrations cannot be refunded. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 725-5932 to learn how sponsors and PSU students can register at a discount.
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