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SBJ Economic Growth Survey Forums

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The Springfield Business Journal Economic Growth Survey is an independent, marketwide economic pulse of our business leaders and community members that empowers you to make vital business growth decisions. H2R Market Research is independently conducting the survey to provide you timely, informative, and exclusive insights.

Information from the surveys will be presented in a series of forums held from July - October 2021.  

Location: Alamo Drafthouse

Time: 7:30-8:00 am Check-in and Networking; Forum begins at 8:00 am and will last approximately 2 hours


Aug. 25
Forum 3: Demographic Shifts; Ticket $40 Purchase here.

Thousands of people are moving into the region each year, but is it enough to meet business demands? The newcomers are diverse and pay is increasing to attract minorities. Springfieldians are thinking and acting differently - how so and what does it mean to business?

Sept. 15
Forum 4: Market Development; Ticket $40 Purchase here.

While brick and mortar real estate braces for potentially seismic change post-pandemic, there are opportunities in connectivity like never before. Springfield will soon be a gig city. Trails connect us to the outdoors and other communities. And developers are leaning into affordable housing, tourism and placemaking. Let's talk next-generation potential.

Oct. 6
Forum 5: Capital; Ticket $40 Purchase here.

Oct. 27
Forum 6: Decision-makers' Outlook ; Ticket $40 Purchase here.

One ticket to each of the remaining four forums. Includes coffee and a light breakfast. $140.  Purchase your tickets here!

Click here for 2020 Growth Survey content.


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