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Experts examine business and the economy—present and future—at Southwest Business Forum at Fort Lewis College

The 25th annual Southwest Business Forum returns on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. The event is free and runs from 8 a.m. to noon. Parking is free and no registration is required.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank and the Fort Lewis College Office of Business and Economic Research, the Forum offers experts in business and the economy who will present their views on the current status of the economy and what the future might hold for the Four Corners region, Colorado and the nation. Their predictions for 2017 will provide valuable information for understanding the economic influences that affect everyone.

Dr. Tino Sonora, professor of Economics and director of the Office of Business and Economic Research at Fort Lewis College will present his views on the forecast for the Four Corners. Dr. Richard Wobbekind, senior dean of Academic Programs and director of Business Research at the University of Colorado, Boulder will discuss the outlook for the state. The global impact will be presented by Tim Quinlan, vice-president, director and senior accountant for Wells Fargo Securities, LLC.

For more information, contact Patrick Flores at 970-247-7294.

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