Event: December Working Lunch: How to Survive a Bare Market
Schedule It: Wednesday, December 10th at 11:30am to 1:00pm
Map It: Clampitt Creative Center, 9207 Ambassador Row, Dallas, TX 75247
Admission Fee: Member of the Dallas Society for Visual Communication is $25; non-member $35
Register for this event here.
About this Event:
As the U.S. stock market continues to struggle, business people are nervous about the bad economic news and its impact on their portfolios. Many investors remain dazed and angry. Some have had to postpone planned retirements or find themselves with less money to pay high college-tuition bills. As painful as it has been, the “Crash of ‘08” has taught many business people and citizens some tough but valuable financial lessons that can serve them in the future. This Working Lunch begins with a discussion of bear markets—why they take place, why they are necessary, and—yes—why you should welcome them. It concludes with a list of the 8 key financial lessons learned from this experience, and also touch on how the current state of the economy affects the advertising and marketing industry.
Rick Salmeron, CFP®, CLU, MBA, is a financial services professional and president of The Salmeron Financial Network in Dallas. He has appeared on various radio and TV programs, and has been quoted numerous times in the Dallas Morning News and other print publications.
About the Creative Center[From Clampitt Paper Creative Center]
The Creative Center, located at the Dallas headquarters, offers a comfortable environment for researching modern paper and print solutions, networking with other graphic arts professionals and meeting clients. The Center is particularly useful as a work space for home-office entrepreneurs and the rapidly expanding freelance community.
The Creative Center’s resources includes a redesigned sample room with more than 3,000 printed papers and sample books, monthly showcases from selected paper mills, exhibitions of artists’ work, current industry publications, a large exhibition and conference room, and a coffee bar with complimentary refreshments.
Sounds like a place I'd like to check out while in Dallas!