Press Release
For Immediate Release
Thursday, July 15, 2010


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Jack Kyser, LAEDC


 LAEDC Economic Guru Jack Kyser’s Final Official Forecast
Presentation
Wed., July 21, 2010
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LAEDC to update the economic outlook for the housing industry, five-County SoCal region, California,
and the nation. 2nd panel will discuss $50 billion in investment projects to upgrade region’s infrastructure

 

 

What:         2010-2011 LAEDC Mid-Year Forecast Report
                 Embargoed Until 12:01 A.M. Wednesday, July 21, 2010

 

Who:         PANEL I: Investments in 21st Century Infrastructure

                    Geraldine Knatz, Ph.D. Executive Director • Port of Los Angeles

                        Arthur Leahy, Chief Executive Officer • L.A. County MTA

                        Gina Marie Lindsey, Executive Director • L.A. World Airports

                        Richard Steinke, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach

 

                   PANEL II: Economic Outlook                                              

Richard K. Green, Ph. D., Prof., Dir. Chair USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

                        Jack Kyser, Founding Economist, The Kyser Center for Economic Research

                        Nancy D. Sidhu, Ph. D., Chief Economist The Kyser Center for Economic Research

 

When:         WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21st

                            7:00 – 8:00 a.m.:       Continental Breakfast & Networking

                            8:00 – 10:30 a.m.: Opening Remarks, Presentations and Q&A Session

Where:       Los Angeles Marriott Downtown, Grand Ballroom, 333 S. Figueroa Street, L.A., 90071

Background

More than 400 of the region’s top business, government, education, and civic leaders are expected to attend the LAEDC’s Mid-Year update on Wednesday, July 21, 2010. New this year - experts will discuss the $50 billion that have been committed to upgrade our region’s infrastructure. The LAEDC Economic Forecast and Industry Outlook is Southern California’s premier source for in-depth economic information and analysis on Los Angeles County and the surrounding areas.  The LAEDC’s economic research reports are broadly used by the media, government, and private industry organizations, and have been ranked #1 by the Wall Street Journal.

 

 [Editors Note: Friday for the embargoed study link and advanced media interviews, please contact: Aida Mayo or George McQuade 818-340-5300 Publicity@mayocommunications.com]

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