April 2019 - US Housing and Nonresidential Construction: A Tale of Two Sectors


Join us Tuesday, April 30 at 2 p.m. EDT!

About the Webinar

Join Speaker and Analyst Taylor St. Germain as he presents "US Housing and Nonresidential Construction: A Tale of Two Sectors". The trends of 2018 will not carry us through 2019. Economic trends are shifting at this moment, and plans for the rest of this year and for 2020 need to reflect the new reality. Understanding where you are in the business cycle is essential for maintaining or increasing profitability.

For those in the US residential construction sector, economic pressures will work against achieving higher profits in 2019 and 2020. Meanwhile, in the nonresidential construction sector, trends suggest there will be ample growth opportunities throughout this year. Attend the webinar to learn what the leading indicators are telling us, where each sector is heading, and the implications for today's decision-makers. Plan with confidence and make your move at the right time.

Values provided:

  • A clear vision for the economic future in 2019, 2020, and beyond
  • An understanding of the key economic indicators and growth expectations for the US residential and nonresidential construction markets
  • Clear and concise Management Objectives™ to prepare for the coming business cycle and maintain profitability
  • Expectations for employment, inflation, and material costs

What will attendees receive?

The session will provide ITR's views of what to expect from the economy this year and beyond. Attendees will also learn a method to enable their companies to take advantage of their own data and the economic environment. Using rate-of-change calculations, audience members will learn to identify their position in the business cycle as well as the key leading indicators that should inform their business strategy, enabling them to make the right decisions at the right time.

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