February Meeting - Business Implications of the COVID Pandemic

When:  Feb 16, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Winnebagoland Chapter
Meeting Information

This meeting is planned as an in-person event

Meeting schedule and venue will be confirmed at least two weeks ahead of the meeting date and updated on this website and in our newsletter 

Session Summary

Business Implications of the Pandemic
Jeff Sachse, Director, UW Oshkosh Center for Customized Research and Services

We are in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic and economic response. The presentation will review the impacts of COVID-19 on businesses, consumers, and communities. It will also touch on the strategies businesses have taken to adapt and the impacts of public policies such as the CARES Act.

About our Speaker

In addition to his role at UW Oshkosh, Jeff is also the Founder of Rawley Point Economic Advising, a small consulting firm in Manitowoc. CCRS provides consulting, customized training, and market research services to businesses throughout Northeast Wisconsin. Rawley Point is the lead organization behind the Light Up the Lakeshore initiative focused on design and entrepreneurship in Manitowoc County. Prior to these roles, Jeff also served as a labor economist with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and as the Director of the Office of Economic Advisors.