Economic forum at Sanctuary Cove

Written on the 9 September 2009

IN the current global financial crisis the big question for local businesses is when will economic recovery begin?

One of Australia’s most renowned demographer’s Bernard Salt, will join a panel of experts at a forum at Sanctuary Cove on September 15 to share their predictions, with a focus on the national and local property market.

The seminar, hosted by Mulpha Sanctuary Cove and moderated by economist and media commentator Ross Greenwood, will also include insights from Kevin Stanley, executive director of Global Research and Consulting for the Pacific Region and ANZ bank economist Dr Alex Joiner.

The panel of experts will also evaluate the impact of the global economic crisis on the property cycle and assess emerging trends on the Gold Coast and across Australia.


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