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The 2014 Economic and Real Estate Conference will be held on Thursday, March 6, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.

The 2014 program will once again include a Keynote Forecast from Dr. Mark Schneipp, Executive Director of the California Economic Forecast. Schneipp’s team developed a micro-economic statistical model that utilizes sixty-five regression equations to develop the SCV economic forecast. The team will work with the SCVEDC staff to identify, organize, and present employment and income data for the region’s targeted industry clusters.

In addition, platinum sponsor Wells Fargo, has put together an insightful presentation by Economist Mark Vitner that will review recent events in the U.S. economy. Topics will include how the economy performed during the fourth quarter of 2013 and how much momentum it will carry over next year. Also, an update on the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy will be shared alongside some telling statistics on job and income growth in California and the local economy.

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