Robert Weisman – Palm Beach County Administrator

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Thursday, April 24th

“State of the County”

Always an engaging speaker, Bob Weisman returns to the Economic Forum to discuss all happening in Palm Beach County  that affect the budget and the economy. Never afraid to take questions and engage in comments, this promises to be another interesting meeting and Q & A.

11:30 a.m. Meet & Mingle
12:00 noon Luncheon
Reservations are $60 for non-members
$45 per person for Members & their guests
(Guest policy limited to two visits per guest)
Checks must be received by the Friday before the event.
Payable/Mail to: Economic Forum
P.O. Box 14834
North Palm Beach 33408
For more information call our
Administrator, Jon Kline @ (561)622-9920 / Mobile 561-373-5488
jkline@rebelcook.com
Location:
The Kravis Center
Cohen Pavilion
701 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
FREE Garage Parking

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Robert Weisman - Palm Beach County Administrator

State Of The Economy, Thursday March 27th

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Cyber Security & Data Breaches Tuesday, February 18th 2014

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Tuesday February 18th, 2014 11:30 AM
William Shepherd
Government Enforcement Practice

Chris Cwalina
Holland & Knight
Privacy Practice Co-Chair

A most timely and important topic. Chris Cwalina – from D.C. office and William Shepherd, former Florida Statewide Prosecutor, will address how to keep your data safe and meet compliance regulations in a rapidly changing electronic environment. Not to be missed.

11:30 a.m. Meet & Mingle
12:00 noon Luncheon

Reservations are $60 for non-members;
$45 per person for Members & their guests
(Guest policy limited to two visits per guest)

Checks must be received by the Friday before the event.
Payable/Mail to: Economic Forum
P.O. Box 14834
North Palm Beach 33408
For more information call our Administrator, Jon Kline @ (561)622-9920 / Mobile 561-373-5488
jkline@rebelcook.com

Location:
The Kravis Center
Cohen Pavilion
701 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
FREE Garage Parking
For directions, see: Map

Economic Forum Speakers Optimistic About 2014

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Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014
By Jeff Ostrowski – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
WEST PALM BEACH —

Even after U.S. stocks turned in their best year since the 1990s, two investment strategists say the economy and stock market are primed to keep rising this year. Tepid consumer confidence, cautious banks and weak hiring have all created “room to run,” said Charles White, an executive managing director at investment bank Sterne, Agee & Leach of Birmingham, Ala.

“There’s a lot of what we call dry powder in the economy right now,” White said Tuesday during a presentation to the Economic Forum of Palm Beach County.

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Charles White – Executive Managing Director, Fixed Income Division – Sterne, Agee and Leach

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“We Got Through the Tunnel, But Where is the Light?”

We know where we have been, but where do we go from here? A perspective of interest rates and the economic cycles from a well known a Wall Street veteran with Sterne Agee which was founded in 1901 and remains one of the few privately-owned brokerage firms in the country.

Many thanks to Corporate Member Russell Greene, President & CEO of Grand Bank & Trust of Florida, for arranging this program.

11:30 a.m. Meet & Mingle
12:00 noon Luncheon

Reservations are $60 for non-members;
$45 per person for Members & their guests
(Guest policy limited to two visits per guest)

Checks must be received by the Friday before the event.
Payable/Mail to: Economic Forum
P.O. Box 14834
North Palm Beach 33408
For more information call our
Administrator, Jon Kline @ (561)622-9920 / Mobile 561-373-5488
jkline@rebelcook.com

Location:
The Kravis Center
Cohen Pavilion
701 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
FREE Garage Parking
For directions, see: Map

19 signed up so far.

Economic Development Chief: West Palm Residents Need To Back Commercial Growth Efforts

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By Andrew Abramson
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012

Commercial Real Estate Broker Rebel Cook, President of the Economic Forum, said that if the city wants to attract business and development, it also needs to change its attitude on permitting. “many of us in this room have struggled with the City of West Palm Beach over the years,” Cook said.

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