Global Economic Outlook 2013: Rollercoaster or Derailment?

Frost & Sullivan hosts a complimentary special edition webinar uniting experts to examine what's tanking and what's trending

Jan 15, 2013, 07:55 ET from Frost & Sullivan

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


10:00 a.m. EST on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013


Online, with complimentary registration


Dr. Vinod Aggarwal, Chief Economist


Aroop Zutshi, Global President & Managing Partner

Art Robbins, President for North America

Jan E. Kristiansen, Partner & Director for Europe

Manoj Menon, President for Asia-Pacific

Neil Wang, Partner & Managing Director for China

Given the volatility that engulfed the global economy in 2012, it is imperative for decision makers to have visibility into economic trends and developments in 2013.  This briefing will unite Frost & Sullivan's regional leaders to elucidate their views on developments that will shape markets in 2013.  This interactive webinar will specifically focus on Europe's economic problems, the anticipated recovery in U.S. markets, and relatively rapid growth in APAC.

Why you should attend:

  • Learn whether last year's economic climate will carry forward into 2013
  • Understand whether Europe is headed for another recession
  • Identify global growth drivers – will we see a renaissance in U.S. energy, or just China and APAC's growth in this sector?
  • Gain insight into expert opinions on markets beyond BRIC
  • Receive a complimentary copy of the Global Growth, Governments, and Corporate Responses – 2013 White Paper, which will be sent to all registrants

The presentation will provide visibility into anticipated emerging economic and industrial trends in 2013 that will be critical for all industries.  This briefing will benefit decision makers, particularly those involved in strategy and business, as well as executives evaluating whether to expand into emerging markets.

"Global economic growth for 2013 will be, at best, modest," said Frost & Sullivan Chief Economist Dr. Vinod Aggarwal.  "Europe will continue to battle recessionary pressures, with Germany witnessing a decline in activity. The U.S. will continue to face issues related to unemployment and slow demand. The slowdown in Europe and the U.S. are likely to dent growth in economies heavily dependent on them for trade. There will be a gradual shift in focus from BRIC to other emerging countries in the Middle East and APAC. 2013 will see stability in most emerging markets, which will sustain global economic growth."

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