NEC to sponsor New England Economic Partnership conferences

NEC members to have access to summary economic forecasts; discounted conference registration

We are thrilled to announce that The New England Council is now the exclusive sponsor of the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP) bi-annual economic outlook conferences.  NEEP is a highly respected organization organization dedicated to providing objective economic analyses and forecasts.  For more than 25 years, NEEP has identified and researched economic issues relevant to New England, providing tools to make informed, insightful business and policy decisions.  Twice a year, NEEP publishes macroeconomic forecasts for the New England region and its six individual states.

As the exclusive sponsor of the twice-yearly conference, The New England Council will have access to NEEP’s experts in our own policy advocacy efforts, and we will be able to share NEEP’s summary state and regional summary forecasts with our members.  In addition, NEC members will receive a significant discount on registration for the NEEP economic outlook conferences.   Our members can attend the half-day conferences, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, for only $100 (normally $175).   The next conference will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2012 and the topic will be “Skills Mismatch: Where are the Jobs?” Stay tuned for details on registration in the coming weeks.

As new summary forecasts and economic information are made available by NEEP, our members will be able to access the information by logging into the Members Only section of our website.  We will notify you via email when new forecasts are available.

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