Manchester, NH – The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce will host three of the State’s top economic experts at its annual Economic Forecast Luncheon. The event will take place September 30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Derryfield Country Club at 625 Mammoth Road in Manchester. Lunch will be served from 11:30-12:00 and the program will take place from 12 – 1:30 p.m.
The event will include a panel of three leading economists: Dennis Delay, Economist at the NH Center for Public Policy Studies, Brian Gottlob, Principal of PolEcon Research, and Danielle Marceau, a senior economist at ITR Economics. The event is sponsored by Citizens Bank, Wells Fargo Advisors, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Comcast Business and Baker Newman Noyes.
Dennis Delay is an economist at the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, he is also New Hampshire State Forecast Manager for the New England Economic Partnership, a non-profit association of economists that have monitored and forecast regional economic trends for more than three decades. Since 2006 Delay has also been employed as an adjunct professor with New England College of Henniker, New Hampshire.
Brian Gottlob is the Principal of PolEcon Research. For more than 17 years, Gottlob has analyzed economic, demographic, labor market industry, and public policy trends for private sector, government, and non-profit organizations. He has extensive experience in developing econometric models and has completed studies on a range of economic, tax policy, energy, education, and health care issues in the states of New Hampshire, Virginia, Ohio, New Mexico, New York, Texas, Oregon, Michigan, Georgia, Mississippi, West Virginia, and Illinois.
Danielle Marceau is a senior economist at ITR Economics™. She provides economic consulting services for small businesses, trade associations, and Fortune 500 companies across a spectrum of industries. Her economic insight and forecasting experience play a key role in the 94.7% accuracy rating for ITR Economics™.
Tickets are still available for this event. The cost is $45 for Chamber members and $55 for not-yet members. They can be purchased by calling (603) 792-4104 or by visiting The Chamber’s website.