The 19th Annual Economic Forest Conference organized by OCBC and Cal State Fullertonâ€™s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics will be held at the Hyatt Regency, Irvine, CA on the 24th of October. This is an important convention which will feature economic and business talks by Dr. Anil Puri, Dean of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
Dr. Mira Farka from the Institute of Economic and Environmental Studies, CSUF and Richard Davis who is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Office of US Bancorp will also share their useful insights and thoughts during this conference.The countryâ€™s premier business conference will have over hundred Orange County business leaders taking active part. The meet will concentrate on the countryâ€™s business climate and discuss the tackling of cutting edge issues in the market today.
The convention will throw light on the issues small businesses face in their respective industries and how OCBC provides cost-effective solutions in helping these businesses keep abreast of critical issues. OCBC also helps these businesses close a large contract and help them receive returns on their investment within a few months. With their ability to identify and introduce businesses to newer market OCBC has changed the entire outline of a business in the Orange County. The business conference will commend the efforts taken by OCBC and also help people understand the nuances of todayâ€™s economy and business.
You can register for this event online by visiting OCBCâ€™s official website. On spot registration is also done which starts 11.00am on the day of the event. The program begins sharply at 11.30 and will adjourn by 1.45pm. An individual ticket should cost you about $150 and if you are planning to book a table for ten then you will receive a discounted price of $1,250. Furthermore if you are a member of OCBC you can log into the site and get discounted price for individual tickets. If you are interested in sponsoring the event you can gladly do so by registering for the same online.