(Victorville)– – Dr. John Husing, a favored expert on economic trends that directly affect the Victor Valley, will be among the keynote speakers addressing the 2012 High Desert Economic Summit next month. The summit is presented this year by the County of San Bernardino.
Husing will provide robust analysis of data to offer local developers, businesses, governments and investors with actionable information to enhance decision-making in these uncertain economic times. His presentation will focus specifically on the local and regional economy.
“In a time when we are bombarded with economic analysis on a macro scale, some of which seems to contradict what we know to be true here, it is very helpful to have a qualified expert like Dr. Husing looking out for us,” said Joseph W. Brady, CCIM, SIOR, President of The Bradco Companies and a founding member of the High Desert Economic Summit. “His presentations always offer something of significant value.”
Dr. John Husing is a research economist specializing in the study of Southern California’s growing economy. He is also a leading authority on the impact of the goods movement industry on the region, and in particular its role as a provider of upward economic mobility to blue collar workers. His primary focus over 48 years has been the Inland Empire, studying the nature and growth of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. His extensive study of the region has led to several economic strategies that combine a database of statistics with interviews of executives and entrepreneurs to understand the forces shaping Southern California. Dr. Husing has produced project specific economic impact studies for transportation and water agencies, housing developers and environmental entities.
The High Desert Economic Summit will be held at the Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center on April 11, 2012. Details about the event, including how to purchase tickets, can be found on the web at www.highdeserteconomicsummit.com or by calling the Victor Valley College Foundation at 760.245.4271 ext. 2522.