The NABE Annual Meeting Helps Members Expand Their Knowledge

National Association for Business Economics pic

National Association for Business Economics

The vice president of development at the Economic Club of Las Vegas, Michael Erin builds and executes the non-profit’s financial strategy. Beyond this role, he also leads the Las Vegas-based PacificRock, LLC as principal. Active in the professional community, Michael Erin belongs to several organizations, including the National Association for Business Economics.

Founded in 1959, the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) is dedicated to representing business economists and other professionals. The organization provides its members with a variety of networking and educational opportunities through various conferences, including its flagship event, the NABE Annual Meeting. Each year, the Annual Meeting welcomes numerous speakers who are well-known in their fields. These events cover a range of topics relating to business economics, and attendees can often earn certificates after the event is over. NABE’s Annual Meeting is open not only to members, but also to US government employees, students, as well as non-members.

The 58th NABE Annual Meeting is scheduled for September 10 to 13, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Topics covered during this year’s event adhere to the overall theme of global business and domestic complexities, and include such things as productivity and immigration. Registration for the 58th NABE Annual Meeting costs $845 for members and $895 for US government employees. Students can attend the event for $75, and non-members can attend for $995, which includes their membership dues. Scholarships are also available for individuals to attend the 2016 NABE Annual Meeting.


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