UA’s Economic Summit on October 5
The College of Business Finance Advisory Board is hosting the Economic Summit on October 5 from 7 to 9 a.m. in the Quaker Station Ballroom. It is a free event, and proceeds from the event will support scholarships for UA finance students. The event is open to the community, and attendees are encouraged to bring questions for panelists, who will answer them. The panel will be moderated by Jon Park, professor of finance and chair of the UA’s Center for Community Business Development.
The Summit will feature a range of economic, financial, faith, and thought solutions. The goal is to create transformational businesses. The University is working to establish a Center for Economics and Mutuality as a business arm, while the Erasmus Initiative for Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity will be the academic arm. The event is free and open to the public, and the media is invited to attend. Here, we’ll look at the agenda, panelists’ perspectives, and how they will contribute to the future of our society.
The economic summit will explore the state and regional economy, and provide insights to help shape the future of the state. The agenda is formulated with a triple-bottom-line focus, which means that we’ll work to create triple-bottom-line solutions that balance equity, environmental sustainability, and economic growth. The goals of the event will include bridging the digital divide, expanding homeownership, and providing meaningful career pathways for all citizens. The Economic Summit is open to the press, and it’s free to attend.
The Economic Summit will also address a variety of issues affecting California’s economy. In the future, the Summit will address issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects of a new administration in Washington. Among the other issues to be discussed at the Summit, such as the implications of the new administration, the impact of climate change, and the ramifications of a growing middle class, the summit will be a major discussion point for local and regional leaders.
The Economic Summit will also discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the state and national economy. Participants will hear from panelists who are working to create new economic models in the Bay Area. There is a cross-party group of political leaders that will attend the event. If you’re interested in attending, check out the agenda for the next Economic Summit. And don’t forget to invite the press! Achieve the Triple Bottom-Line
The Economic Summit will highlight the current state of the economy, as well as forecast the future state and national economy. The agenda of the event will also include the latest news and trends. The agenda will also address issues that are important to small businesses. As the host of the event, California Forward will be highlighting solutions that will promote economic growth, sustainability, and equity in California. The mission of the organization is to promote innovation and drive positive change in a wide range of fields.