With a sound understanding how national, regional, and local issues effect the business climate, area SMB's are better prepared to thrive and grow.
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WESTBOROUGH, Mass. (PRWEB) February 05, 2018
Small and midsize businesses in central Massachusetts face new challenges as new tax codes, low unemployment, changing regulations, shifting trade agreements, and inflationary risks impact the regional economy in unpredictable ways. The economy is changing and businesses need to adapt and transform to survive and grow.
Cumulus Global, an award-winning managed cloud service provider based in Westborough, MA, is proud to co-sponsor the Worcester Business Journal's annual Economic Forecast Forum on February 16, 2018 at the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester, MA.
"With a sound understanding how national, regional, and local issues effect the business climate, area SMB's are better prepared to thrive and grow," stated Allen Falcon, CEO of Cumulus Global.
As a supporting sponsor, Cumulus Global is helping empower owners and leaders to make timely, effective decisions. Forum attendees will hear from Jeffrey C. Fuhrer, Executive Vice President & Senior Policy Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, along with a panelist of area business and government leaders. Cumulus Global will be on hand to discuss the changing role of technology how businesses can draw more value from existing IT systems and new cloud services.