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

August 23, 2018

Investor Conference

CLIENT: City of Riverside
EVENT: Investor Conference
SPEAKER: Christopher Thornberg, PhD

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2018 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast
June 14, 2018

Outlook 2018: Southwest Regional Economic Forecast

CLIENT: Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce
EVENT: 2018 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast Conference
SPEAKER: Robert Kleinhenz, PhD

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May 1, 2018

The Economic Outlook: Focus on San Bernadino County

CLIENT: UCR Center for Economic Forecasting and Business Development, San Bernardino County
EVENT: Forecast Conference
SPEAKER: Christoper Thornberg, PhD

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April 19, 2018

The Economic Outlook: Focus on the Coachella Valley

CLIENT: Riverside County Economic Development Agency
EVENT: Coachella Valley Business Conference
SPEAKER: Christoper Thornberg, PhD

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March 29, 2018

Outlook 2018: IE and Southern California

CLIENT: The Corona Chamber of Commerce
EVENT: 2018 SoCal Economic Summit
SPEAKER: Robert Kleinhenz, PhD

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In the News & Upcoming Presentations

2018 San Bernardino City/County Conference

What’s Ahead for the Economy?

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Taxable Sales and Public Employment Forecast

Why Bay Area Won by Losing Amazon Headquarters Bid

May 10, 2018 . San Jose Mercury News

“Out of envy of Silicon Valley’s success, more than 80 places throughout the world have re-named one of their neighborhoods ‘Silicon-something’…”

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Here’s Why One Economist is Bullish on San Bernardino County

May 1, 2018 . Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

San Bernardino County and the rest of the United States may be able to count on 2018 being a good year for the economy.

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