Leading financial expert to share ‘invaluable’ insights at a regional economic forum.

First-rate sponsor opportunities remain.

Recognizing the importance of communities working together across county lines to develop a strong and resilient economy is the essence of why the three leading economic development organizations are collaborating with presenting sponsor Bank of America to bring one of the world’s leading investment strategists, David H. Koh, to the Treasure Coast for an exclusive, invitation-only event in June. 

Bank of America approached The Economic Council of Martin County, the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County, and the Business Development Board of Martin County about bringing Koh to the area, and the event quickly evolved from there.

“Opportunities and Risks on the Economic Horizon, Insights from Bank of America’s Senior Investment Strategist” will take place Monday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 3 at Hutchinson Shores Resort and Spa, 3793 NE Ocean Blvd., Jensen Beach.

Keynote speaker David H. Koh, senior investment strategist at Bank of America, is renowned for simplifying complex economic concepts. Koh’s perspectives inform and inspire economic development strategists and organizations worldwide. He will share his insights on the opportunities and risks shaping our financial future and guide our ability to positively impact the Treasure Coast’s economy, enlightening us all.

“At Bank of America, we have access to expert insight into the latest economic trends and forecasts,” says Susan Rabinowitz, chair of the Business Development Board of Martin County and Treasure Coast Market President and Business Banking Market Executive for the Palm Beach and Treasure Coast markets for Bank of America. “It’s a pride point for Bank of America to be able to share this information with our partners and business leaders, thereby creating opportunities to build an even stronger community.”

“Bringing together leaders from the business communities of Martin and St. Lucie counties promotes increased understanding of their individual and combined community attributes,” says Ted Astolfi, CEO of the Economic Council of Martin County.

Early sponsors include Bank of America and Cleveland Clinic Martin Health; the event intends to ensure entrepreneurs, innovators, job creators, and business leaders across the industries gain advanced levels of knowledge that will empower them to excel individually as well as contribute collectively to the formation of a more robust regional economy.

Sponsor opportunities are still available. Contact Rachel Savela at the St. Lucie EDC for sponsorships at 772-324-2014 ext. 202 or sponsor online at https://youredc.com/calendar/details/st-lucie-martin-county-event-june-2024

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