What Will It Take to Rebuild Connecticut’s Economy?

09.17.2020
Economy

What will it take to rebuild Connecticut’s economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic?

How do we get people back to work?

What role does the private sector play in the recovery?

Join us September 24 for The Connecticut Economy: Rebuilding Connecticut, an important discussion about the state’s recovery from the wide-ranging impact of COVID-19 shutdowns and restrictions.

Josh Geballe, the state’s chief operating officer, is our keynote speaker. Geballe plays a key role in the state’s COVID-19 response and will discuss the state’s approach to the challenges that lie ahead.

And you’ll hear from a panel of emerging business leaders, including Triple Helix Corporation director of operations William Bussey, Lumi Agency co-founder Melissa Melonson, Foodshare deputy chief operating officer Miranda Muro, and Digital Surgeons co-founder and CEO Pete Sena.

They’ll discuss their strategies and tactics for navigating the pandemic and positioning their organizations for the future.

CBIA is also releasing the results of the annual survey of Connecticut businesses, produced in collaboration with Marcum LLP, featuring critical insights into the state’s economy.

Marcum’s Hartford office managing partner Michael Brooder will moderate a panel discussion about the survey’s findings featuring Five Eight Holdings managing partner Richard Brown, Marcum national financial advisory services leader Ethan Brysgel, F+F Mechanical vice president Frank Ferrucci, and Bead Industries CEO Jill Mayer.

The Connecticut Economy: Rebuilding Connecticut is free for CBIA members and CONNSTEP clients. Regular admission is $25.


The Connecticut Economy: Rebuilding Connecticut is made possible through the generous support of Marcum LLP.

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