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For questions about registering for the Economic Forecast, please contact

Media Inquiries

For media inquiries, contact Pamela Ezell, Assistant Vice President of Communications, at (714) 289-3129 or


For information about sponsoring the event, view our sponsor packages or contact Rachael Samimi at (714) 744-7958 or

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I view the conference?

In order to view the conference, you must first register. Then, an email will be sent to the registered email on June 15 with a link to view the conference.

I'm getting an error message when trying to register. What do I do?

If you are getting an error message on the registration form, please first check that you are inputting a valid email address – ex: If you are still having an issue, please contact

What technical requirements are needed to participate?

To participate, you need an Internet connection and web browser. For the best viewing experience, we recommend that you join the conference using a supported internet browser, which includes Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not recommended as some functions are not fully supported.

If you are having trouble viewing, we will also be recording the presentation for later viewing which you will have access to after the event.

Will I have access to the recordings and materials?

Yes, the presentation will be recorded, and you, as a registered guest, will have access this is recording and other materials in the week after the event.

Additionally, if you would like the full research report, please purchase an Economic & Business Review.

Can I ask questions during the conference?

If you would like to ask a question for the presenters prior to the event, please submit to our Ask a Question form.

Questions will be answered at the end of the conference.

What should I do if I need additional technical support?

For questions about registering for the Economic Forecast or viewing the conference, please contact

Will Real-Time Captioning be available for this presentation?

Yes, through a service called Wordly. A link to the live caption software will be available in the digital auditorium on the day of the event. Additionally, the recording of the presentation will have the YouTube caption options after the event.