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Finance Executives Forum - Minnesota’s Business Climate: Where do we rank?

Name: Finance Executives Forum - Minnesota’s Business Climate: Where do we rank?
Date: November 14, 2017
Time: 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Hilton Minneapolis
1001 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
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Event Description:

Finance Executives Forum -  Minnesota’s Business Climate: Where do we rank?

Are you prepared for how Minnesota’s economic trends will affect your company’s bottom line? Learn what the economic indicators are and set yourself in the right direction for 2018. This breakfast meeting is perfect for CEOs, CFOs, presidents and controllers, and anyone planning future corporate finance success.

Minnesota gets labeled as among the best places or worst places in the nation for operating a business, depending on who’s doing the ranking. CNBC’s Top States rates us 3rd best. The Small Business Policy Index places us 47th.   Join us as Beth Kadoun, Minnesota Chamber vice president of tax and fiscal policy, presents key findings from the Minnesota Chamber’s annual Minnesota Business Benchmarks. This collection of key economic and business climate indicators provides an objective analysis of our state’s strengths and areas for improvement.

Beth Kadoun, vice president of tax and fiscal policy, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

This is the fourth in our series of quarterly breakfasts, created to provide leaders of small to midsized companies and finance executives with the opportunity to network with peers and leave with information that can directly impact the bottom line.

This session includes a hot breakfast prior to the speaker.

Founding Sponsor– Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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February 14 – The War for Talent: Exploring workplace financial solutions

May 9 – Pulse & Look Forward: A post-election view of the national economy after President Trump’s first 90 days in office.

August 8 – Strategies for mitigating business risks

November 14 – Benchmarking: The Minnesota Chamber releases its annual Minnesota Business Benchmarks report

Member Pricing: 
$45 per breakfast 

Non-Member Pricing: 
$65 per breakfast

Cancellations and or changes must be received by November 7. No refunds will be given after that date, and payment is expected on all uncanceled reservations. Substitutions are accepted.

Casual audience photographs and/or video may be taken and used for marketing purposes. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image to be used for our internal promotion as we see fit.