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  • AngelouEconomics 2018-2019 Economic Forecast

    09 May
    2018

    Interested in the the 2018-2019 AngelouEconomics Economic Forecast? For the 33rd consecutive year, Angelos Angelou – the Principal Executive Officer at AngelouEconomics, is pleased to present the 2018-2019 Economic Forecast for the Austin and Texas economies! Want to see where Angelos believes the economy will grow in 2018 and 2019? You can request to purchase the full AngelouEconomics forecast by emailing info@angeloueconomics.com, which also explores the living wage for a typical Austin household, commercial and residential real estate trends, and the effects of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.   The Austin Economy Looking back at last year’s forecast, AE predicted the Austin economy would gain 29,400 jobs. Once again, the economy outperformed our forecast, gaining a total of 32,100 jobs across 2017. Leading the charge for the economy, were a group of Austin’s typical economic driving sectors, which accounted for nearly 54% of total employment growth in 2017: Professional and Business Services: +7,200 jobs Trade, Transportation, and Utilities: +5,300 jobs Education and Health Services: +4,700 jobs Looking ahead into 2018, the Austin MSA finds itself in a tight labor market, which is raising wages and making it harder for employers to fill positions. This effect was felt in 2017, as employment growth slowed compared to previous years.  The Texas Economy  For Texas, last year’s forecast prediction was just shy of the actual mark of 213,300 jobs created – meaning the Texas economy slightly outperformed AE’s forecast. In 2017, Texas nonfarm employment grew by 1.8%, which is a boost from 1.2% growth posted in 2016. Similar to Austin, Texas employment growth was driven by three key job creators, which accounted for nearly 53% of total employment growth: Education and Health Services: +41,500 jobs Professional and Business Services: +36,500 jobs Leisure and Hospitality: +34,600 jobs The statewide economy proved to be resilient in 2017, in part because of a recovering oil and gas sector, and despite the adverse effects of Hurricane Harvey.     About AngelouEconomics: AngelouEconomics has worked with numerous professional and business associations in building dozens of unique economic impact studies among other types of projects including site selection projects as well as strategic economic development projects. Some projects have examined the effects of statewide policy measures, such as the Texas Bathroom Bill or ban on Sanctuary Cities. Other projects have measured the contribution of member networks in terms of jobs, wages, and total economic output. Like this study for Prospera, a nonprofit organization which specializes in providing bilingual assistance to Hispanic entrepreneurs in Florida. Economic impact studies are effective tools for quantifying and illustrating the value of individual professional and business associations. They are versatile, as they can illustrate the value or impact of a specific policy or quantify the economic contribution of your members to the local, regional, and nationwide economies. Want to Learn More? If you would like to learn more send us an email at info@angeloueconomics.com

  • TEDC 2016 Winter Conference

    04 January
    2016

    February 26:  Join Angelos at the TEDC 2016 Winter Conference at Hyatt Lost Pines in Bastrop, TX.  Angelos presentation is titled "Entrepreneurship as an Integral Part of Economic Development." Click here to learn more. 

  • 5th Circuit Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference

    04 January
    2016

    February 25: Angelos will deliver an economic forecast at the 2:30pm plenary session on February 25th at the 5th Circuit Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference in New Orleans, LA.  Click here for more information.   

  • 2016-2017 Economic Forecast Event

    30 November
    2015

    Join Angelos at the Long Center as he presents his 31st annual economic forecast for Austin and the surrounding areas!  Not only will you receive key insights from one of Austin's leading economists, you'll also mingle with key creative, business, and community leaders at the premiere networking event of the year.  Additionally, Dr. John Silva, the managing economist for Wells Fargo, will speaking on the Economics of the Credit Cycle.  This is a must-attend event!   Key Details:   Where: The Long Center When: Tuesday, January 26th, 7 AM Who: Angelos G. Angelou & John E. Silva, Ph.D.     For more information or to buy tickets, click here.

  • International Accelerator Selection Event

    18 November
    2015

    November 17th-20th: Join Angelos and the International Accelerator Team as they host 10 entrepreneurs from 10 different countries in the IA's second ever selection event!

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