Travels from New Hampshire, USA
Brian Beaulieu's speaking fee falls within range: $15,000 to $20,000
One of the most accurate forecasters of the economic outlook in the USA, Brian Beaulieu has been making economic predictions for the Institute for Trend Research for over thirty years and is its executive director. He takes the best and most accurate business cycle trend analysis and applies it to practical real-world solutions with extraordinary effect.
Mr. Beaulieu’s opinions have been sought by all of the most prestigious news outlets in North America and around the world, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Times, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Barron’s, USA Today, CNBC TV, FOX Business TV, Knight Ridder News Services, Reuters, CBS Radio, Kera TV, Canadian TV and many others. He regularly contributes columns and opinions to national trade publications.
Many thousands of business owners and executives have benefited from his 96% accurate economic forecasts over the last 25 years in his presentations and workshops. He is Chief Economist for Vistage International and TEC, both global organizations to which more than 13,000 CEOs belong.
Brian Beaulieu has been an economist with the Institute for Trend Research since 1982, serving as its Executive Director since 1987. At the Institute, he has been engaged in applied research regarding business cycle trend analysis and the utilization of that research at a practical business level.
Mr. Beaulieu’s views have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Times, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Barron’s, USA Today, as well as on CNBC TV, FOX Business TV, Knight Ridder News Services, Reuters, CBS Radio, KERA TV, Canadian TV, and numerous other outlets. He is a regular columnist and contributing economist to national trade associations and publications.
Mr. Beaulieu is Chief Economist for Vistage International and TEC, global organizations comprised of over 13,000 CEOs. Mr. Beaulieu has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars across the US and Canada to literally thousands of business owners and executives for the last 25 years.
Brian Beaulieu provides economic forecasts with 96% accuracy so companies can improve their performance and profits.
Mr. Beaulieu sets out his vision for the future trends that companies will be facing in the next few years. Citing many reasons for optimism, he explains, “It's important that they realize that although there's going to be a little blips, overwhelmingly it's going to be positive, they really need to be questioning whether they have enough resources, enough people, enough capital, enough physical capacity to produce everything that's going to be available to them in terms of opportunity."
Renowned for his 96% forecasting accuracy, he says, “We think they should be borrowing money, there's a lot of banks out there, there's a lot of private equity, this is a great time with these interest rates to be leveraging up, borrowing money and moving your business very aggressively into new markets, new opportunities."
Sounding a note of caution amongst the optimism, he warns, “I would say stay away from putting an awful lot of money into the stock market; it sure seems poised for a correction, and along those lines I would be taking the profits of the table or putting stop-loss orders on their equity positions."
Brian Beaulieu brings his 96% forecasting accuracy to his keynote programs; they help audiences understand the short-term and long-term economic forecasts for the United States and the global economy. He can detail with unparalleled accuracy just how those forecasts will impact upon your specific company.
Other learning points from Mr. Beaulieu’s presentations include what management objectives you should be aiming for at this stage of the business cycle, the prospects for growth in the economy, which economies are on the rise and the economic indicators for which you should be looking out.
A sample of what you will learn in his keynote programs:
“Brian was spectacular, charismatic and incredibly relevant.”
Royal Bank of Canada
“Brian’s presentation was insightful, relevant and very entertaining. The presentation in Bend, Oregon was the best presentation on the economy in this region for many years. I found his message on investing in businesses especially enlightening, as well as the optimal timing of those investments in the business cycle.”
Roger J. Lee,
Economic Development for Central Oregon
“You WOWED our members at Nexstar’s Super Meeting in Atlanta! Everyone enjoyed your great sense of humor and how you were able to connect specifically to them during your presentation. You could have heard a pin drop in the room while you were speaking as everyone was captivated.”
“I can safely say that, in my 13 years of putting together programs for the Marketing Council and other AGMA meetings, you are the most interesting, most informative, most enlightening and most enthusiastic speaker we have ever had!”
American Gear Manufacturers
“Brilliant! I could have listened for hours!”
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In clear, non-technical language, using proven business cycle analysis on which Alan and Brian are leading authorities, Make Your Move explains precisely what steps to take and when to take them.
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Economic swings are inevitable. Make Your Move, written by two of our country’s most experienced practical business economists, will guide you through the upswings and downturns, and give CEOs, business owners, top executives and senior managers the insights they need to maximize profits in every phase of any business cycle.
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