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Austin Area Economic Update

  • Chase Bank Tower Headliner's Club, 21st Floor 368 West 5th Street Austin, TX, 78701 United States (map)
 

This membership (by invitation only) meeting is scheduled for November 21st. The meeting will start at 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Headliners Club located at the Chase Bank tower, 21st floor. Registration, Meet & Greet starts at 11:00.

 

Our keynote speaker will be Angelos Angelou, PhD, Economics, Founder & Principal Executive Officer, Chief Strategist at AngelouEconomics.  A highly visible leader in the field of economic development, Angelos is widely regarded as an expert on technology-based economic development, public policy, investment attraction, marketing and entrepreneurship. The national and international media regularly seek his comments and insights in the technology sector and on economic development issues.  He is also widely regarded as the chief architect in the establishment of Austin as a nationally recognized high-tech center.  Angelos’ presentation will look at Austin and the region’s health/healthcare from a statistical perspective, population demographics, where the area has been, is today, and what demographics to expect as well as where to plan.

A highly visible leader in the field of economic development, Angelos is widely regarded as an expert on technology-based economic development, public policy, investment attraction, marketing and entrepreneurship. The national and international media regularly seek his comments and insight in the technology sector and on economic development issues. He is also widely regarded as the chief architect in the establishment of Austin as a nationally recognized high-tech center. Prior to starting AngelouEconomics, Angelos spent nearly 12 years with the Austin Chamber of Commerce as Vice President of Economic Development and Chief Economist and brings a practitioner’s approach to AE’s economic development consulting practice. During his time at the chamber, Angelos handled the recruitment of 800 technology companies and some 70,000 employees, including IBM, Apple, Samsung, Motorola, AMD, Cypress Semiconductor, Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron, and Sematech.

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