Nhbr Webinar Logo 400x2002021 Preview:
Insight and Analysis of the New Year

Join NH Business Review and a panel of experts as they share insight and analysis on 2021 and what the new year has in store for New Hampshire business and economics.

Jeff And JeremyThe discussion will be moderated by longtime NH Business Review Editor Jeff Feingold, along with Jeremy Hitchcock, founder of Minim, Dyn and Bookery Manchester and a trustee of the Community College System of New Hampshire.



Original air date: Thursday, January 14, 2021 | 10-11 a.m.


Michael Ryan (002)Mike Ryan, CFA
Divisional Vice Chairperson
UBS Global Private Wealth Management

Mike is a Divisional Vice Chairman for UBS Global Wealth Management and a member of the WM USA Management Committee. In his role as vice chairman, Mike focuses on engaging with UBS clients to help deepen their understanding of the macroeconomic, social, geopolitical and policy trends and how they impact both the short- and long-term investment outlook.

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Elizabeth150x150Elizabeth Salas Evans
President & Chief Compliance Officer
Cayena Capital Management, LLC

Elizabeth is a finance industry veteran and currently the President and Chief Compliance Officer at Cayena Capital Management, LLC. Her career spanning positions ranging from trader and broker to trusted advisor and portfolio manager at TD Ameritrade, Fidelity Investments and Charles Schwab. In 2020, Elizabeth was named a Outstanding Women in Business.

BriangotlobBrian Gottlob
Director, NH Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau
PolEcon Research

PolEcon specializes in identifying, understanding and communicating emerging economic, demographic, energy, fiscal, labor market, real estate, and public policy trends at the intersection of private sector activity and government policy, where public sector action or inaction can significantly impact the growth, development, and profitability of individual businesses, industries, not-for-profit organizations, and geographic regions.

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