In the past year, the United States has experienced rapidly accelerating price increases in many segments of the economy. While housing and fuel prices may have dominated headlines, the effects of inflation are broad reaching. Airline ticket prices have gone up by as much as 40% for some carriers, public transportation services are up more than 10%, domestic shipping costs are up 23%, hotel and lodging prices have increased 22% on average, apparel has gone up more than 15%, and consumers can expect to pay up to 12% more for household appliances.

COVID-19, supply chain disruptions, the Great Resignation, and federal stimulus funds have all contributed to the current economic climate. What are the best strategies for business leaders to be successful in the coming quarters?

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Join us for an interactive discussion with a panel of experts from government, industry, and finance as they look to understand:

  • What are the factors that have given rise to such record inflation…and will it continue?
  • Will the government adopt policies to return to standard levels of inflation?
  • What will the successful businesses do in this time?
  • What is the path to a recovery in the US economy?


Martin Stein

Founder and Managing Director, Blackford Capital

Michelle Krebs

Executive Analyst and award-winning automotive writer, Cox Automotive

Dr. Ricky Volpe, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Agribusiness Department, California Polytech University

Scott Brave

Head of Economic Analytics, The Morning Consult