CCEDC Celebrates 20th Annual Economic Outlook with January 24th Event Attracting Hundreds of Businesses to Penn State Great Valley

Economic OutlookRegistration is now open for the Chester County Economic Development Council’s 20th Annual Economic Outlook at Penn State Great Valley on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 featuring expertise from Patti Brennan (right), CEO of Key Financial, Inc. who has been named a Hall of Fame Advisor by Dow Jones & Company’s Barron’s, and economic specialist Dianne P. Manges (left), Senior Investment Advisor for Truist Foundations & Endowments Specialty Practice. /Submited Image/UGC

EXTON, PA — The Chester County Economic Development Council is celebrating the 20th year of its Annual Economic Outlook with an all-star lineup coming up on January 24, 2024, at Penn State Great Valley. Registration is open now at

“CCEDC is proud that our organization’s Economic Outlook is one of the oldest and most trusted in the region, and we’re looking forward to sharing insights with the more than 100 business leaders already planning to attend,” said Mike Grigalonis, CCEDC President and COO.

CCEDC’s 20th Annual Economic Outlook features expert insights on the local, national and global economies from nationally renowned wealth advisor and CEO of Key Financial, Inc. Patti Brennan, CFP, who is a CNBC commentator and was named a Hall of Fame Advisor by Dow Jones & Company’s Barron’s, as well as economic specialist Dianne P. Manges, CFA, Director/Senior Investment Advisor for Truist Foundations & Endowments Specialty Practice. Topics covered will include the impact of interest rates on home sales in 2024, the future of the manufacturing industry as a driver of the U.S. economy, and what’s in store for your 401(k) and other investments in 2024.

CCEDC’s 20th Annual Economic Outlook includes networking and breakfast at 7:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 8 a.m. Tickets are $35 for CCEDC investors and $50 for all other attendees.

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