News, Events & Presentations

News, Events & Presentations

The Center’s staff has delivered hundreds of presentations to audiences across North America

The Center has delivered hundreds of presentations to audiences across North America. We host our own economic forecast conferences and send speakers to conventions, conferences, industry and business meetings, symposiums, and educational forums.

Recent Presentations

March 6, 2019

2019 Real Estate Outlook:
Focus on the Inland Empire

CLIENT: Coldwell Banker Town & Country
EVENT: 2019 Real Estate Market Forecast
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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February 19, 2019

The Inland Empire Economy:
Past, Present, Future of So-Cal’s Growth Engine

CLIENT: City of Riverside
EVENT: City Council Workshop
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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February 14, 2019

2019 Economic Outlook: Inland Empire

CLIENT: Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce
EVENT: Good Morning Riverside
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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February 13, 2018

2019 Economic Outlook: Inland Empire

CLIENT: Lee & Associates
EVENT: 2019 Economic Outlook: Inland Empire
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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December 6, 2018

The Economic Outlook: Focus on the IE

CLIENT:California Society of Municipal Finance Officers, Inland Empire Chapter
EVENT: Holiday Luncheon
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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In the News & Upcoming Presentations

Coachella Valley Business Conference & Economic Forecast

Center Director Christopher Thornberg keynotes this annual event on April 18. He’ll deliver a state and regional economic forecast including a look at small business trends.

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2018 A Solid Year For The Inland Empire Economy

January 21, 2019   IE Business Daily

By virtually every standard, the Inland Empire economy performed solidly in 2018 as unemployment fell, housing remained relatively affordable, and wages grew.

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IE Economy Ranks High In National Study

January 24 2019   Orange County Register

In a ‘Best Performing Cities” study that included measuring job and wage growth in 200 major U.S. metropolitan areas, the Inland Empire region ranked 15th.

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