Registration Open for May 27 Economic Update Webinar

NFPA Economic Update Webinar
Featuring Jim Meil, ACT Research

Thursday, May 27th, 10:00 am Central
Registration Open

NO CHARGE to NFPA Members!


Jim Meil, Industry Analyst with ACT Research, as well as a popular fluid power economist, will help members gain critical insight into the economic risks and opportunities facing their organizations during these uncertain economic conditions.
 
This webinar will provide insights into the latest economic developments & future trends for the U.S. and global economy and its effects on the fluid power industry. Join NFPA as we investigate what to expect from a number of our industry’s most popular customer markets while also getting the answers you need to the short-term outlook for the fluid power industry.
 
All NFPA members can attend, so feel free to forward this to others in your company.
 

If you have any questions, please contact Pete Alles at (414) 778-3350 or email palles@nfpa.com.

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