In this webinar, Ed Robinson, former CEO of BMW Financial Services, shares his leadership experience that will shed light on these findings. He will also provide key takeaways for executives and board members to help think beyond the four walls of their organization.
In this webinar, Jessica Dolezal, Data Scientist at Prevedere and John Sydnor, EVP of Sales and COO from Prosper Insights & Analytics, will share some of the best sources of external data. They will also discuss how companies can include economic and consumer data into their analysis to drive meaningful, forward-looking results.
While the outlook looks positive moving into 2019 for both the consumer and business-to-business sectors of the economy, global headwinds and fears of an overstimulated economy should not be overlooked. Is the economy in for a slowdown? How can companies prepare for success amid global uncertainty?
In this webinar, Andrew Duguay, senior economist at Prevedere, will provide an overview of the current state of U.S. industrial manufacturing, opportunities for growth and which economic indicators should be used in developing a long term forecast.
The bond market has been on a slippery slope for nearly a decade. Andrew Duguay, senior economist at Prevedere, explains why executives at U.S. companies should understand the risks created by the bond market, and how they can avert a crisis at their company if this bubble pops.
With the new tax reform, U.S. companies will have more cash due to the new lowered corporate tax rate. Andrew Duguay, senior economist at Prevedere, will give an overview of potential economic threats that should have companies think twice before spending this extra money.
US automobile industry sales experienced record numbers from 2008-2016, but the industry is seeing a steady decline in 2017 for the first time in eight years. And there is reason to believe that sales will continue to drop in 2018. Andrew Duguay, a senior economist at Prevedere, shares his forecast for the industry and how auto executives should refine their strategy for 2018
The 2017 Hurricane Season started early with two major hurricanes that brought devastation to Texas, Louisiana, Florida and the Caribbean Islands. Clearly, the immediate impact is the tragic loss of life, homes, and normalcy for thousands in these affected areas. But what about longer term impacts?