Regional Economic Forecast 2020

Washington Business Journal presents:

"Regional Economic Forecast"

Join the Washington Business Journal, industry leaders and economists for an inside look at what to expect in 2020. You don't want to kick off the year without this informative breakfast event!

Event Information

The Washington Business Journal will convene industry leaders and economists for a comprehensive economic look ahead for 2020. How the prospect of a correction in the economy, the Presidential election, and the much-anticipated arrival of Amazon HQ2 will affect Greater Washington there will be no shortage of topics to delve into.

The morning begins with networking and breakfast, followed by a Keynote presentation. Following our Keynote, we will hear from our Featured Speaker, Amy Liu, of the Brookings Institution with time for Q&A. And finally - we will have a Financiers panel discussion. Kick off the year with this powerful and informative breakfast event!

Featured Speaker:

• Amy Liu, Vice President and Director of the Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution

Joining the Financiers Panel Discussion will be:

• David Hall, Managing Partner, Rise of the Rest Seed Fund II
• Carol Melton, CEO & Founder, Adeft Capital LLC
• Sara Nayeem, Partner, New Enterprise Associates

Tentative Agenda:

8:00 am - 8:30 am = Registration, Networking, Breakfast
8:30 am - 8:45 am = Welcome by Marymount University & Opening Comments
8:45 am - 9:15 am = Keynote Presentation
9:15 am - 10:15 am = Brookings Institution Presentation with Q&A
10:15 - 11:00 = Financiers Panel discussion
11:00 am = Conclusion

Questions concerning the event can be directed to Delaney Armstrong at 703-258-0883 or

For more information on sponsorships please contact David Walker at 703-258-0850 or

*WBJ Event tickets are non-refundable* They are, however, transferable.


Feb 13 2020


8:00 am - 11:00 am



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Marymount University at Ballston Center
1000 N Glebe Road Arlington, Virginia 22201


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