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As the state continues to emerge from COVID, Barry DuVal, president and CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, will discuss business trends being seen across the Commonwealth and how they are impacting the economy in Virginia. There will be time during this session to seek answers to your burning questions.
During this deep dive, the Deputy Secretary of Finance, June Jennings, CPA, will provide some details and context to the budget for the Commonwealth along with the amendments proposed during the August 2021 special session. Next, John Layman, chief economist with the Virginia Department of Taxation will provide an outlook on Virginia’s future.
Participate in a group discussion about financial and supply chain leaders and their implications for the accounting profession.
During this session, Alice Kassens, Ph.D., will explore consumer sentiment in the Commonwealth and its relationship with the economy through data collected in the Roanoke College quarterly consumer sentiment poll.
As the Commonwealth continues to recover and reopen in 2021, the outlook for Virginia's labor market has been roiled by the cross-currents of long-term demographic and technological change and the massive workplace disruption from the Pandemic. This presentation provides information on current labor market conditions and perspectives on how those conditions could be shaped in coming years
Virginia’s residential real estate market has been a bright spot in the state’s economy during the COVID-19 pandemic and recession. For the past 12 months, the housing market has been very competitive, with strong demand, bidding wars and escalating prices. This session will cover recent trends in Virginia’s housing market, including home sales, prices, inventory, apartment rents and vacancies. An outlook for the state’s housing market also will be provided.
Over the course of this 50 minutes Dr. Karim and Dr. Song will provide real life examples of how healthcare has been affected by the pandemic, the recovery efforts and what the future is looking like. Attendees will have a chance to ask their questions directly to these experts.
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