The Advance Madison Jefferson County Community Conversation Initiative, Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC), and Venture Out Business Center (VOBC).
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The second of four speakers will be Uric Dufrene, Sanders Chair in Business for Indiana University
Southeast at the Ivy Tech Southeast in Madison Indiana on Thursday, May 31st . A networking time will be available from 6:30pm, to 7:00 pm with the program beginning at 7:00 pm. Professor Dufrene will be speaking about what he is seeing in the National, State, Regional and Local economy.
"I have enjoyed Professor Dufrene’s presentations many times. He keeps economic data and trends fast
paced and interesting. More importantly, Professor Dufrene personalizes the information and keeps it
current," stated Regional Director of the Southeast ISBDC BlayrBarnard. "We hope this allows the public to gain information about where Madison and Jefferson County stands right now in the economy so they can move forward with making important, well-informed decisions." AMJC chairperson Warren Auxier adds, “It’s an exciting time for Madison and Jefferson County; Dufrene will lay the foundation for citizen and leaders to work together for the first time on a community specific economic development plan.”
Professor is a sought after speaker on Economic Trends and draws crowds of over 300 people for his yearly Economic Outlook Breakfast. Professor Dufrene is the Sanders Chair in Business at IU Southeast School of Business and teaches corporate finance. His periodic columns on economic updates are featured widely, including Southern Indiana Business Source, the Lane Report and One Weekly.
Additional topics already confirmed include: "Communicating Effectively, Ethically and Clearly", "Strategic Doing: Implementing Growth for Your Community", and "Community Leadership."
Although this presentation is free and open to the public, registration is requested so seating requirements can be arranged.
An area is provided to note any questions, comments or ideas that you may want discussed at the event. Please note that not all will be able to be addressed but your participation and interest are valuable in planning the event.