What is going on with the economy, and how can I position my floral business accordingly? Is now a good time to hire? Or buy a big ticket item for the shop?
Floral industry economic adviser Charlie Hall, Ph.D., professor and Ellison Chair in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University, looks at the economic horizon during “Fiscal Forecasting for a Fickle Economy,” a FREE WebBlast for members.
Hall, a featured speaker at SAF Maui 2016, will point out the key indicators every floral business owner needs to follow to make informed, strategic decisions about investing in people, equipment, marketing and more.
In just 30 minutes, you’ll learn:
- How rising interest rates are likely to impact your customers and business
- Economic indicators to keep on your radar
- Steps you can take now to prepare for the next economic downturn
Register now to participate in “Fiscal Forecasting for a Fickle Economy.” The WebBlast takes place on July 13 at 1 p.m. Eastern and is free for members; non-members pay $29.95.