State Chamber provides Economic Outlook seminar
The South Dakota Chamber of Commerce & Industry will hold their Economic Outlook Seminar on Tuesday, October 6, 3-6 p.m., at the Sioux Falls Convention Center.
The 14th annual event features a presentation from 3M, a company that is an integral supplier of face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) items and has two plants in South Dakota. Stephen G. Vale, Executive Vice President, Safety & Industrial Business Group, will address the company's role in the supply chain, along with current and future plans for 3M's plants in Aberdeen and Brookings. During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, 3M has frequently been in the news for their role as an important manufacturer within the protective equipment supply chain.
Governor Kristi Noem will offer remarks on business conditions in the state. Other featured speakers include Dr. Joseph Santos from the Ness School of Management and Economics at South Dakota State University and Jodi Schwan with the results of the SiouxFalls.Business quarterly CEO survey.
The 2020 Economic Outlook Seminar is chaired by Reggie Kuipers, Bender Commercial Real Estate, and is sponsored by Avera Health, First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard, MidAmerican Energy, NorthWestern Energy, Sanford Health, Augustana University, Falcon Plastics South Dakota State University and Xcel Energy.
Registration is $50. For additional information and to register, visit business.sdchamber.biz/events/details/economic-outlook-seminar-139