October 04, 2011
Welsh to give national economic forecast Oct. 18
Over the next 10 years, Cincinnati USA needs to create a community that fosters small business growth. Tim Welsh, director and senior partner of McKinsey & Company, will deliver the national economic forecast at the 2012 Regional Economic Outlook. Presentations by an economic advisory team of regional and local economists on the impact to the Cincinnati USA economy will follow. The team members are:
- Dick Stevie, Chief Economist, Duke Energy
- Janet Harrah, Director, Center for Economic Analysis NKU
- David Hehman, President and CEO, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati
- Brian Richard, Operations VP, Economics and Sales, Macy's
- George Vredeveld, Director, Economic Center of Education & Research, University of Cincinnati
The annual event is presented in partnership by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Registration & Hot Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.
Program, 8-9 a.m.,
1624 Herald Ave,
Cincinnati, OH 45207
Members $25, Nonmembers $50
Register now or call 513.579.3111
About Timothy A. Welsh, director and senior partner, McKinsey & Co.
Tim Welsh is a Director (Senior Partner) of McKinsey & Company based in Minneapolis. In his 21 years with the Firm, Welsh has served clients throughout the financial services and consumer industries. In particular, he has served some of the nation’s leading life insurers, P&C insurers, banks and retailers on issues of strategy, organization and operations.
Additionally, Welsh has been very active in the Minneapolis/St. Paul community. He helped create the Itasca Project, a coalition of more than 40 CEOs, the governor and other civic leaders that is helping to drive regional development initiatives in the region. He also led the work helping the Mayor of Minneapolis transform the economic development activities in the city. Welsh serves on the Board of the United Way and St. Paul Academy and Summit School. He holds an M.B.A., with distinction, from Harvard Business School, and a B.A., magna cum laude, in social studies, from Harvard University.
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