October 23rd Rutgers Quarterly Business Outlook Recap

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On Tuesday, October 23, 2012, the Rutgers Quarterly Business Outlook featured panelists who provided their insights on the state of the retail and macro-finance industries and the overall regional economy. Luke Tilley, Regional Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia; Rick Forman, founder, president and CEO of Forman Mills; and James McCarthy, Managing Director at Goldman Sachs Asset Management provided industry forecasts to a crowd of approximately 100 South Jersey business professionals at the fall economic forum, which was held at the Rutgers-Camden Campus.

Tilly remarked that:

Forman provided his views on the “new normal” economy:

McCarthy informed the audience that:

The Rutgers Quarterly Outlook is a great opportunity to network with business leaders, see friends and gain valuable insights into what is happening in our region.

Flaster Greenberg PC has sponsored the quarterly forum for the past 13 years, which is held in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey and Rutgers University School of Business–Camden, the presenting sponsor for the series.

Participating panel members and moderators are (from left): Dean Jaishankar Ganesh, Rutgers School of Business-Camden; James McCarthy, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs Asset Management; J. Philip Kirchner, Shareholder, Flaster Greenberg PC; Debra DiLorenzo, President and CEO, Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey; Rick Forman, Founder, President and CEO, Forman Mills; and Luke Tilley, Regional Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

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