Chester County’s Economic Outlook, Impacts of COVID-19 on a Post-Election Economy

EXTON, PA — The Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) released the video companion to its 17th Annual Economic Outlook titled “Impacts of COVID-19 on a Post-Election Economy.”

The CCEDC’s 17th Annual Economic Outlook attracted more than 200 local business leaders and professionals during a live, virtual presentation that first aired Friday with featured speakers James Glassman, Managing Director and Head Economist for Commercial Banking at JP Morgan Chase, and Patti Brennan, CFP®, CFS, President and CEO at Key Financial, Inc.

“This year hindsight really is 2020,” Brennan began her presentation after Glassman described the past year as a “Charles Dickens-esque best of times, worst of times.” Viewers can find their fascinating projections for 2021 in the complete recording of the Chester County Economic Development Council’s 17th Annual Economic Outlook at https://ccedcpa.com/news/17th-annual-economic-outlook/.

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