Programs

 

Please join us for the 3/22/18 Panel Discussion luncheon

Guy Worley
President and CEO
Columbus Downtown Development Corporation

 

Jeremy Waldrup
President and CEO
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership

 

“Making Our Cities Better:

Perspectives from Columbus, OH and Pittsburgh, PA”

WHEN: Thursday, March 22, 2018 WHERE: Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh TIME: 11:45 am – 1:15 pm

PLACE: 600 Commonwealth Place, Downtown Pittsburgh

COST: Members: $40; Non-Members: $55; Retiree rate: $20

Students: $25, Tables of 8 students special: $175,

Tables of 8 for Members: $280

 

LIMITED SEATING – RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED Please make your reservations by email to reservations@econclubpgh.com no later than March 20. If you find that you cannot attend or arrange for an associate to attend, please cancel by March 20 or you will be billed for the cost of the luncheon. Please call (412) 762-2671 for cancellations. Please pay at the door, by cash or by check made payable to “The Economic Club of Pittsburgh.” We are unable to accept credit cards. NOTE: Please request any special dietary needs prior to the luncheon.

 

Founded in 1910, the Economic Club of Pittsburgh provides a public forum for intelligent and timely discussions of regional, national and international economic matters. Our organization represents financial and economic leaders of the Greater Pittsburgh region, with a membership that draws from regional and community banks, investment managers, entrepreneurs, non-financial corporations, academic institutions, and public sector entities.

2018 Annual Forecast Luncheon

What can we expect to see in the new year? Join us for a spirited discussion by a panel of nationally recognized experts presenting their outlooks on the global, national and regional economies for 2018.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 24, 2018

WHERE: Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh

600 Commonwealth Place, Downtown Pittsburgh

TIME: 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM

COST: Members: $50; Non-Members: $65
Students: $25, Tables of 8 students special: $175
Retirees: $25
Tables of 8 for Members: $350

Stuart G. Hoffman
Senior Economic Advisor, The PNC Financial Services Group

Richard B. Hoey
Senior Economic Advisor, BNY Mellon Wealth Management

Moderator: Dean McFarlin, Ph. D.
Dean, School of Business Administration, Duquesne University

CO-SPONSORS:
Duquesne University School of Business Administration
Risk Management Association
Pittsburgh Association for Financial Professionals

LIMITED SEATING – RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
Please make your reservations by email to diane.panzak@pnc.com no later than January 22, 2018. If you find that you cannot attend or arrange for an associate to attend, please cancel by January 22 or you will be billed for the cost of the luncheon. Please call (412) 762-2671 for cancellations. Please pay at the door, by cash or by check made payable to “The Economic Club of Pittsburgh.” We are unable to accept credit cards.

NOTE: Please request any special dietary needs prior to the luncheon

 

Click here for Richard Hoey’s bio

 


Please join us for our luncheon featuring:

Tom Link

Director, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship,

Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh

 “Pittsburgh’s Efforts to Attract Amazon HQ2”

 

WHEN: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
WHERE: Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh
TIME:  11:45 am –  1:15 pm

PLACE: 600 Commonwealth Place, Downtown Pittsburgh

COST: Members: $40; Non-Members: $55; Retiree rate: $20

Students: $25, Tables of 8 students special: $175,

Tables of 8 for Members: $280

 

LIMITED SEATING – RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
Please make your reservations by email to reservations@econclubpgh.org no later than October 23, 2017. If you find that you cannot attend or arrange for an associate to attend, please cancel by October 23 or you will be billed for the cost of the luncheon. Please call (412) 762-2671 for cancellations. Please pay at the door, by cash or by check made payable to “The Economic Club of Pittsburgh.” We are unable to accept credit cards. NOTE:  Please request any special dietary needs prior to the luncheon.

Founded in 1910, the Economic Club of Pittsburgh provides a public forum for intelligent and timely discussions of regional, national and international economic matters. Our organization represents financial and economic leaders of the Greater Pittsburgh region, with a membership that draws from regional and community banks, investment managers, entrepreneurs, non-financial corporations, academic institutions, and public sector entities.