It's no secret that many Michiganders are frustrated by our current economy and the state of our State. If we have not been directly impacted, our families or friends most likely have. Many are quick to point out the imminent need to develop a strong diversified economy, create jobs/higher incomes, and offer a richer quality of life in order to compete with the rest of nation. But how do we get there?
On Thursday, May 13, the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber will host its Regional Forecast Luncheon to discuss the importance of regional efforts and collaboration in turning our State around. Speakers include Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne County Executive Bob Ficano, and John Van Fossen, practice group leader of the Government and Public Affairs Group, Clark Hill, additional speakers to be announced.
The Regional Forecast Luncheon will be held at The Townsend Hotel from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and includes lunch. Individual registration is required: $50 for Chamber Members; $60 for Nonmembers. In addition to individual reservations, corporate tables are available. Reservations are required three business days in advance and can be made online at www.bbcc.com or by calling the Chamber at (248) 644-1700.
The Forecast Series has become an important forum for those who work and live in the area to stay informed, learn about trends and meet industry experts. The 2010 Forecast Series is presented by the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber and sponsored by: Clark Hill PLC; The Eccentric Newspapers; Huntington Bank; mBank; Birmingham Conference Center, The Townsend Hotel and Wells Fargo Insurance Services.