NFPA Economic Update Webinar
Catherine Putney, ITR Economics
Thursday, May 28, 10:00 am Central
The upcoming NFPA Economic Update Webinar featuring Catherine Putney, an economist with ITR Economics, will provide members critical insights into the economic risks and opportunities facing the fluid power industry in a COVID-19 economy. Learn about:
- The latest economic developments and future trends for the U.S. and global economies.
- The effects of these trends on the fluid power industry.
- What to expect from a number of our industry’s most popular customer markets.
- The short-term outlook for the fluid power industry.
This webinar is free to all NFPA members, so feel free to forward this to others in your company.
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