Kruse Way Economic Forum to convene
Topics include Economic Game Changers
For The Review, Tidings
The Fall 2017 Kruse Way Economic Forum will present "Economic Game Changers: Can Oregon Business Remain Profitable?" The forum is scheduled for 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Oct. 18 at Kruse Oaks Conference Center, 5300 Meadows Road in Lake Oswego. The event begins with networking from 7:30 to 8 a.m., which includes continental breakfast.
A panel of guest speakers will provide a 360-degree perspective on potential game changers that could affect the profitability and future of Oregon businesses.
Panelists include Duncan Wyse, president of the Oregon Business Council, Sen. Richard Devlin, (D) Dist. 19 and Christian Kaylor, workforce economist at the Oregon Employment Division. They will cover topics such as the skilled labor shortage, minimum wage increase, mandatory sick pay, the gross receipts tax, transportation, housing issues and more.
Tickets to the forum are $25 and cover materials and breakfast. Order online at fall2017kwef.eventbrite.com or call Leah Wilcox at 503-620-8900.
Visit www.KruseWayEconomicForum.com for additional information.
The Kruse Way Economic Forum was founded in April 2001 as a venue for informed presentations and open discussion of social, economic and political issues affecting the Portland Metropolitan area and the Pacific Northwest. Its goal is to help local business, professional and academic leaders stay informed and up to date on key issues affecting them and the region, and to stimulate actions and understanding to address these issues in a thoughtful and positive manner.
The Kruse Way Economic Forum occurs in October and April every year and takes place in the Kruse Way corridor of Lake Oswego. The Kruse Way Economic Forum is presented by the following sponsors: Buckley Law P.C, Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, Pragma Group, Shorenstein Realty Services, RiskPoint Insurance Advisors, JLL, Hoffman Stewart & Schmidt, P.C., Pamplin Media Group/Lake Oswego Review, The CenterPoint Group with UBS Financial Services and Columbia Bank.