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The Bronze Buffalo Foundation and the Global Interdependence Center (GIC) will host the fifth annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit in Jackson Hole, Wyoming Friday, July 12 at The Center for the Arts.
A group of economists, business leaders, policymakers, and entrepreneurs will gather to discuss business and economic issues facing the United States, both nationally and globally.
In years past, the even has been covered live by Bloomberg, CNBC, Reuters, and other large media outlets. The event was founded by Justin Hyde and Cody Hyde of The Hyde-Norton Group, who felt it imperative to bring first-class knowledge and information to the top business and thought leaders around the U.S
For more information and to register visit http://rockymountaineconomicsummit.com/register/.
“At past summits it’s been a great opportunity to see entrepreneurs and academics from the GIC get together and talk about the issues of the day,” said Mike McKee, economics editor for Bloomberg. “It’s a chance for the two sides to hear each other, to understand where each other is coming from, and adds a dimension for both of them.”
“The Rocky Mountain Economic Summit is something I will never miss,” said Joel Vanderhoof, CEO at Cambria Financial.