2022 Keynote Speaker 2: Alan Beaulieu

2022 Keynote Speaker 2: Alan Beaulieu

As we wind down 2022, we are also preparing for the challenges and ongoing uncertainties of 2023. The decelerating rate of rise that characterized many industries and businesses in 2022 will linger into the first half of 2023 for many. During this session, popular Economist Alan Beaulieu will present business strategies and tactics that address the projected changes in the economic landscape. 

He will:

  • Assess business demand for 2023 and into 2024.
  • Analyze the labor market and present expectations for availability and labor costs.
  • Present a clear picture of inflation and interest rates.
  • Discuss lingering supply chain issues and ongoing pricing concerns.
  • Look at ITR’s key leading indicators and what they foretell for your markets.
  • Present relevant market outlooks and discuss issues that impact your profitability via resource allocation, budgets, expectations and strategic planning.
  • Determine the potential impact of a shift in government from the midterm elections as well as the potential consequences of massive government programs.
  • Assess the health of financial market trends and their impact, if any, on the forecasts.

About Alan Beaulieu

Economist Alan Beaulieu returns by popular demand to share his valuable insights. He is noted for his accuracy, so his sessions provide excellent information for helping to strategize your next business moves. 

Beaulieu is co-author of Prosperity in the Age of Decline, a powerful look at how to make the most of the U.S. and global trends over the next 20 years. He co-authored Make Your Move, a practical and insightful guide on increasing profits through business cycle changes, described by one reviewer as “simple, yet awesome.” 

Pronouncements from ITR Economics™ and/or Beaulieu have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Knight Ridder News Services, Business Week, Associated Press, The Washington Times, CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Sirius talk radio, KABC, NPR affiliate WLRN and numerous other outlets.