2021 Fall Meeting Speakers

Omni Austin Hotel Downtown | Austin, TX

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Gene Marks, Marks Group PC

See the source imageColumnist and author, Gene Marks appears regularly on MSNBC and Fox News as well as The John Batchelor Show and SiriusXM’s Wharton Business Channel where he talks about the financial, economic and technology issues that affect business leaders today.

Gene owns and operates the Marks Group PC, a highly successful ten-person firm that provides technology and consulting services to small and medium sized businesses.

Brent Robertson, Fathom   

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As a Founding Partner at Fathom, Brent has been working one on one with leaders since Fathom’s inception – guiding them closer to what matters to them, helping them see the potential their organizations possess, and focusing their energy in ways that will make the biggest difference. Brent advises leaders and teams from organizations such as BlumShapiro, Jacobs Vehicle Systems, Foodshare, Halloran Sage and Svigals + Partners.

He guides organizations through clarification of goals and intentions, the design of new organizational futures, and the strategies that will realize them. Whether the objective is expansion into a new market, rethinking a brand position, realignment of internal teams, or advancing a team responsible for client relationships—the result is a true-to-life vision, the tools to make it happen and a won’t-fail-with-me position.

Brent is committed to creating a world where people can bring their full selves to everything they do. Brent is particularly inspired by the Advanced Manufacturing, Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries and the organizations that support them. He serves as a board member and strategic advisor to the Construction Institute, SMPS, and Conscious Capitalism.

Brian Beaulieu, ITR Economics

ITR Economics Speaker & CEO Brian Beaulieu

Brian Beaulieu  has served as CEO and Chief Economist of ITR Economics™ since 1987, where he researches the use of business cycle analysis and economic forecasting as tools for improving profitability. Brian has shared his highly valued research results via presentations, workshops, and seminars in numerous countries to hundreds of thousands of business owners and executives for the last 38 years.

Prior to joining ITR Economics, Brian served as an economist for the US Department of Labor, where he worked on the health-care component of the Consumer Price Index. Brian has coauthored, with Alan Beaulieu, the books “Prosperity in the Age of Decline,” “Make Your Move,” and, for children, “But I Want It!”