The New Hampshire Economy at Midyear
How is New Hampshire’s economy doing at the midpoint of the year?
Join NH Business Review as we present a panel of experts who will look at the state of the state’s economy and businesses – as well as prospects for the rest of 2022 and beyond – with an eye on troubling inflation numbers, continued supply chain problems and persistent workforce shortages.
Topics to be discussed:
- What are the prospects for continued growth?
- What sectors are best prepared for what could be a changed economic environment?
- Where is inflation headed?
Join us for answers to these questions – and many more – at our June 23 webinar, the New Hampshire Economy at Midyear.
Original air date: Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 11:30 a.m.
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.
Elizabeth 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.
Assistant Vice President of Business Services
Service Credit Union
A native of New Hampshire, David has 32 years of commercial lending experience, and has been with Service Credit Union since 2010. He helped build the credit union’s business services department from the ground up, with a consistent focus on providing business members with best-in-class service. David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business from St. Anselm College and a graduate degree in Finance from the ABA Stonier School at Georgetown University. He is heavily involved in initiatives that advance the credit union’s mission of supporting the communities it serves, including serving as a mentor for the Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network (VTRN)’s free “Streetwise MBA” program for veteran business owners.
As a tenant/buyer representative Dan generally works with businesses of 15+ employees, helping to educate them about the process and making sure they get the best deals in the market. He also works with investors along the Interstate 93/Route 101 corridors in southern New Hampshire, focusing on cash-flow properties like retail strip centers, self-storage facilities, apartments, car washes, etc., helping these clients to maximize value and returns. In addition, he has expertise in commercial and industrial real estate in the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport area.