Alan Beaulieu (US) | Vistage UK
Speaker Bio

Alan Beaulieu (US)

One of the USA’s most informed economists, Alan Beaulieu is a principal of the ITR Economics where he serves as President. Since 1990, he has been consulting with companies throughout the US, Europe, and Asia on how to forecast, plan, and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. Alan is also the Senior Economic Advisor to NAW, Contributing Editor for Industry Week, and the Chief Economist for HARDI.

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Alan is co-author, along with his brother Brian, of the book “MAKE YOUR MOVE”, and has written numerous articles on economic analysis. He makes up to 150 appearances each year, and his keynotes and seminars have helped thousands of business owners and executives capitalise on emerging trends. Prior to joining ITR Economics, Alan was a principal in a steel fabrication company and also in a software development company.

 

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Make Your Move

Alan will provide a methodology by which your company can take advantage of the present mood of pessimism. Using rate-of-change calculations, you can know where you are in the business cycle.

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Make Your Move

 

Overview:

Uncertainty in the business community is a prevailing mood among business leaders - especially those in the small to medium-sized companies. The lingering question is, what will be the overall health and vibrancy of the US economy going forward? Can I trust that this recovery will last? How can I be profitable, let alone make critical decisions, in the midst of economic volatility?

For more than a decade the ITR (Institute for Trend Research) has given clear, concise answers to business leaders about the present and future state of the overall economy - with incredible accuracy. Sifting through the often conflicting maze of economic information, the economists at ITR provide a timely snapshot of where this economy is today, where it is headed over the next three years and what it means to your business.

Outline:

The workshop will also include ITR's forecasts of what to expect in 2014 and beyond, covering such topics as, consumer trends, inflation, the status of the US dollar, credit markets, the national debt, interest rates, the emerging nations and more. The format allows for open discussion.
 
Alan will provide a methodology by which your company can take advantage of the present mood of pessimism. Using rate-of-change calculations, you can know where you are in the business cycle, what key leading indicators to focus on for your business decisions and what strategic objectives (Phase Management Objectives™ ) will enable you at this time to make the right decisions at the right time.

Make Your Move

Alan will provide a methodology by which your company can take advantage of the present mood of pessimism. Using rate-of-change calculations, you can know where you are in the business cycle.

Read more

 

Make Your Move

 

Overview:

Uncertainty in the business community is a prevailing mood among business leaders - especially those in the small to medium-sized companies. The lingering question is, what will be the overall health and vibrancy of the US economy going forward? Can I trust that this recovery will last? How can I be profitable, let alone make critical decisions, in the midst of economic volatility?

For more than a decade the ITR (Institute for Trend Research) has given clear, concise answers to business leaders about the present and future state of the overall economy - with incredible accuracy. Sifting through the often conflicting maze of economic information, the economists at ITR provide a timely snapshot of where this economy is today, where it is headed over the next three years and what it means to your business.

Outline:

The workshop will also include ITR's forecasts of what to expect in 2014 and beyond, covering such topics as, consumer trends, inflation, the status of the US dollar, credit markets, the national debt, interest rates, the emerging nations and more. The format allows for open discussion.
 
Alan will provide a methodology by which your company can take advantage of the present mood of pessimism. Using rate-of-change calculations, you can know where you are in the business cycle, what key leading indicators to focus on for your business decisions and what strategic objectives (Phase Management Objectives™ ) will enable you at this time to make the right decisions at the right time.

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