Boating Industry names keynote speaker for Elevate conference

Author:
Publish date:
BoatingIndustryElevateStory

Boating Industry magazine named Elliott Eisenberg the keynote speaker for the first full day of its Elevate Summit. BI said Eisenberg will speak at 8 a.m. on Nov. 23 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Elevate runs from November 22-24.

“Elevate is designed for the top executives in the boating industry, and having Dr. Eisenberg on board will help us deliver the kind of information they need to run their businesses,” said Jonathan Sweet, managing director of Boating Industry’s shows and the Top 100 program. “Dr. Eisenberg not only knows his stuff, he also makes economics fun and interesting.”

Eisenberg, chief economist for GraphsandLaughs, specializes in “making economics fun, relevant and educational,” according to Sweet. He writes a syndicated column and authors a daily 70-word commentary on the economy that is available at econ70.com.

“I am already very excited to be part of the 2019 Boating Industry Elevate conference,” Eisenberg said. “There will be great educational and networking opportunities that should not be missed by anyone in the industry.”

Eisenberg has spoken to hundreds of business groups. His research and opinions have been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, Bureau of National Affairs, Forbes, Fortune and other publications. He is a regularly featured guest on cable news programs, and talk and public radio.

Related

Polaris Names CEO and CFO

Previously interim executives, Michael Speetzen was named the CEO and Bob Mack the CFO of the Minnesota-based powersports company.

Sanlorenzo Reports Q1 Financials

The Italian builder continues to gain market share and expects to debut five models at Cannes in September and launch three new lines in 2022.

New Hope for Killing Algae Blooms

Researchers are experimenting with injecting ozone nanobubbles into waterways that burst and cut off the algae’s food supply.

Mercury’s Impact on the Local Economy

A new study shows that the manufacturer has a more than $5 billion annual impact on the Fond du Lac, Wis., community.

Lippert Posts Record Q1

The quarter marked a “watershed moment” for the component supplier, as net sales hit $1 billion.

Rollick Reaches 100th OEM Customer Mark

Customers that use its Aimbase marketing technology represent 65 percent of U.S. marine unit sales.

Safe Harbor Adds Lauderdale Marine Center

The Florida superyacht facility was acquired in a deal worth $340 million.

Don’t Throttle Back Now

As pandemic restrictions ease, folks will be getting back to leisure activities that often compete with boating.