RutgersQBO 3Q 2007: Quarterly Business Outlook, 7/17/2007

ProfessionalPodcasts.com is pleased to present the Third Quarter 2007 podcast of the Rutgers University School of Business at Camden Quarterly Business Outlook.

This quarterly forum, presented by Rutgers University in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey and sponsored by the law firm of Flaster Greenberg, features South Jersey area business leaders who assess the Southern New Jersey economy in their business sectors.

This program was recorded on Tuesday, July 17, 2007, at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Cherry Hill, NJ. Technical specifications regarding our production of podcasts is available here.

Download the podcast program here (Stereo MP3 file, 83.9 mb, duration [1:01:07].)

The program was introduced by Darren Goldstein, chairman of the litigation department at Flaster/Greenberg, the sponsor of the QBO panel.

The Moderator is Mitchell P. Koza, Ph.D., Dean of the Rutgers University School of Business at Camden.

The panel includes four leading experts in economics, healthcare, energy services, and banking who discussed current and six-month outlooks in their respective fields:


Herb Taylor, Ph.D., vice president and corporate secretary of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, gave the overview of national and regional economic trends.
Anthony Sanzio, director of corporate communications, Campbell Soup, on the retail food sector.
Lorraine Kay, Founder & CEO, Kay Construction, on commercial construction
Peter Spirgel, managing shareholder, Flaster/Greenberg, on legal services.

Special thanks to Samantha Collier, director of external affairs, Rutgers University School of Business, Camden, and Michael Sepanic, Director of Public Information, Rutgers University, Camden, for their interest in promoting podcasting technology.


A production of Professional Podcasts LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ.


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