The TEC Canada Deeper Insights webinar series is hosted by industry thought leaders with commendable business backgrounds on a mission to equip you with the tools to grow and strategically approach complex issues and uncertainty with confidence. Stay up to date on our webinar schedule so you can take part in each episode’s live Q&A session and gain personalized insight from industry experts.
TEC CANADA DEEPER INSIGHTS WEBINAR
Forecasting Inflation: 2022 – 2023
Canada is experiencing its highest inflation rate in 40 years. You’re right to think it’s not business as usual. Among the many reasons for business closures, inflationary pressures and looming recession are some of the most difficult to avoid and overcome – if you’re not prepared.
In this recorded webinar, Nate Kaemingk—World Class Speaker on Inflation at BetterForecasting.com—reviews his forecast for Canadian inflation in 2022-2023 and provide a series of mitigation tools to support your business through the squeeze of decades-high inflation.
By viewing this presentation, you’ll become equipped with deeper insights surrounding:
- What is driving inflation in Canada?
- A forecast of where inflation is heading in Canada in 2022-2023.
- What areas of your business need to change to deal with inflation and mitigate its impacts.
Nate is a highly rated speaker on forecasting and inflation. He has presented to Fortune 500 CEOs and executives, and hundreds of small to mid-market business leaders. Don’t miss your opportunity to accelerate your ability to grow strategically and overcome inflationary-related hurdles faster.
“Canadians, and the economy, have been through a lot these past couple of years—first, the extreme and uneven economic effects of the pandemic; then the strong recovery; and now, inflation at heights we haven’t seen in decades.” – Paul Beaudry, Deputy Governor, Gatineau Chamber of Commerce
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