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Posted on January 9, 2012
What would you ask three world-class economists if you had the chance? Would you ask about prospects for the Massachusetts economy and your business in 2012? Will the European debt crisis push the US back into recession? Will housing finally bottom out?
Well, your chance is here.
The AIM Executive Forum on Friday, January 13 in Waltham will feature three prominent economists who will dust off their crystal balls and look at where the economy will go during 2012. Speakers include Raymond Torto, right, Global Chief Economist for CB Richard Ellis Group; Carol McMullen, Corporate Director and Private Investor; and Alan Clayton-Matthews, Professor at Northeastern University.
We’re giving employers throughout Massachusetts an opportunity to submit questions for our three experts. All you need to do is to post your question in the comments section below. We’ll select the best questions and let our economists have at it.
If we use your question, we’ll thank you with complimentary admission to a future Executive Forum. If more than one person submits the same question, the first person to post it receives the free ticket.
We will also take questions during the event on Twitter, @aimbusinessnews, #aimeconomicoutlook.
Meanwhile, we invite you to register to attend the Executive Forum for a morning of networking, good food and interesting conversation. The Forum, sponsored by NSTAR, runs from 7:45-9:30 a.m. at the Waltham Westin Hotel.