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2020 Economic Outlook 

Tickets are now available.

In 2018, a record number of 1,500 community leaders attended the Economic Outlook luncheon.

This year's event promises to be the premier business networking event with senior representatives from all key industries.

This annual signature event is your opportunity to meet with local leaders and to hear experts discuss current and future economic trends and forecasts for Calgary, Alberta and the nation.

Join us on October 16 as we welcome this year’s speakers Todd Hirsch, Vice President & Chief Economist, ATB Financial, and Pierre Cléroux, Vice President, Research and Chief Economist, BDC.

 

Event details

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 I 10:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Calgary TELUS Convention Center, exhibit halls

 

Agenda

10:15 - 11:30 a.m. Networking
11:30 - 1:30 p.m. Program & luncheon

 

Ticket Pricing

Early bird tickets are sold out.

Single Tickets: $135

Discounts available on group tickets, see registration page for details. 

 

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Presenting sponsor

ATB Web
ATB Financial

With $54.3 billion in assets, ATB Financial is an Alberta-built financial institution. But don't let that fool you—we're so much more than a bank. We got started in 1938 to help Albertans through tough economic times, and today we have 174 branches, 143 agencies, a Client Care Centre, four entrepreneur centres, and mobile and online banking. And did you know we're fast becoming the digital bank and the bank for entrepreneurs? We're already the place to work for our more than 5,500 team members who love to serve close to 770,000 customers in 247 Alberta communities. To find out more, visit us at atb.com.

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