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Dr. Kuehl’s Mid-Year Economic Update
At the beginning of 2022, NSCA Chief Economist Dr. Chris Kuehl delivered an integration industry specific economic report to the NSCA Community during the 24th annual Business & Leadership Conference (BLC). That, of course was at a different stage of the pandemic and amid reports of Russian forces invading Ukraine.

The economic climate has changed significantly since then and it’s time to reengage with Dr. Kuehl for a mid-year update. This webinar provides the economist with an opportunity to update NSCA members on how important economic factors are expected to impact our industry:

• Digging into employment numbers and what they mean for integrators facing escalating labor costs
• Analyzing pandemic-driven trends that show businesses investing in technology
• Expectations for the residential and commercial construction markets
• Vertical markets that appear on the verge of growth (and those that do not)
• Insight into consumer behavior trends and expectations
• An economist’s view of the supply chain

Dr. Kuehl has been providing economic insight and analysis directly to NSCA members throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and market recovery. During this summer webinar, NSCA’s chief economist, as always, focuses his economic analysis on the specific impact for the integration industry.

Jul 19, 2022 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Chris Kuehl
NSCA Chief Economist & Managing Director @Armada Corporate Intelligence
Dr. Chris Kuehl is a Managing Director of Armada Corporate Intelligence. He provides forecasts and strategic guidance for a wide variety of corporate clients around the world. He is the chief economist for several national and international organizations: Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, National Association of Credit Management, Finance, Credit and International Business and the Business Information Industry Association. He is also the economic analyst for several state accounting societies: Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and Kansas. Prior to starting Armada in 1999, Chris was a professor of economics and finance for 15 years, teaching in the US, Hungary, Russia, Estonia, Singapore and Taiwan. He holds advanced degrees in economics, Soviet studies and East Asian studies. Chris is the author of Business Intelligence Briefs and Executive Intelligence Briefs, both publications from Armada.