Despite hopes 2021 would be remembered for economic recovery and bliss, it brought challenges of recession, inflation, supply chain breakdowns and labor shortages. What can be expected for 2022? Does this get any better? The webinar will run from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (ET).
After the turbulence of 2020, the year 2021 was expected to be remembered for economic recovery and bliss. Unfortunately, we now know otherwise. Challenges of recession and excess growth resulted in inflation, supply chain breakdowns and labor shortages. What can be expected for 2022? Does this get any better? Do we encounter new challenges?
Join UHY and the ever-popular Economist Chris Kuehl as we explore what we can expect in the coming year.
Dr. Chris Kuehl, Managing Director | Armada Corporate Intelligence
Chris 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. Chris is the author of Business Intelligence Briefs and Executive Intelligence Briefs - both publications from Armada. He is also responsible for the Credit Manager's Index from NACM and Fabrinomics from the FMA.
Recommended CPE Credit: 1
Recommended Field of Study: Economics
Program Knowledge Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
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