BNCW and NCWAR invite you to join us for a humor-enriched dinner presentation on the impact and unintended consequences that government regulations have on small businesses and, ultimately, on our local economies.
Industries like agriculture and construction know all-too-well the burdon that relentless regulations have placed on small operators, and the continual loss of small businesses as a result of being unable to be profitable.
Our speaker is nationally-acclaimed economist, Dr. Elliot Eisenberg. Dr. Eisenberg holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in economics with First Class Honors from McGill University as well as a Master of Public Administration degree and a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Syracuse University.
Dr. Eisenberg is a frequent speaker on housing and housing related topics including; the economic impact of homebuilding, the unintended consequences of government regulations on house prices, residential fire safety, how to reduce construction risk and boost builder profits using financial derivatives and many other topics.
He is the creator of the multifamily stock index and is the author of more than 50 homebuilding industry articles. Dr. Eisenberg is frequently seen on television and heard on radio and his research and opinions have been featured in Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, most national and local newspapers, and in many other publications.his interest include keeping the rate of restoration of his 60 year-old house ahead of the rate of deterioration, and doting on his daughter. He very much enjoys hiking, alpine skiing and ice hockey.
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WHERE: Cashmere Riverside Center, 201 Riverside Drive
WHEN: Thursday, October 10th 5:00pm to 8:00pm
RSVP: $25/person, includes dinner, wine/beer tasting
RSVP at (509) 293-5840.