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Speakers Announced for NCWIE Finance & Economic Outlook Session


ncwie-session_financeThe North Coast Wine Industry Expo is excited to announce the panel of industry experts chosen to speak at the Finance & Economic Outlook session which will be the first of four educational sessions offered at the Expo on December 5th. All four sessions will cover topics ranging from vineyards and production to finance and sales.

The session title, North Coast 2014 Financial Forecast, will consider the current trends that will influence the decisions made in 2014 and beyond. Financial thought leaders and strategic planners representing the North Coast wine industry will weigh in on recent trends and how to prepare for and/or capitalize on the opportunities that lie ahead. This interactive session will provide attendees with an assessment of recent happenings, short and long-term predictions, and the information they need to get the most of 2014.

Executive Vice President and Founder of the Silicon Valley Bank Wine Division, Rob McMillan, will moderate this session that will feature industry expert Rick Boland of Moss Adams, LLP, Joe Ciatti of Zepponi and Company, and Steve Jannicelli of Burr Pilger Mayer. This group’s extensive background — applying finance, economic and strategic planning — provides wine industry principals and management with a clear idea of what to plan for in the coming months.

To reserve your seat visit wineindustryexpo.com/conference

Speakers for the remaining 3 sessions will be announced in the coming weeks. Register now to take advantage of the Harvest Special pricing, or sign up for multiple sessions and receive even more discounts.

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