The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced Professor Noble Francis, Economics Director for Construction Products Association (CPA), will present a webinar at Members’ Week on ‘The Economic Landscape’.
The webinar, on 29 September from 2:00pm to 3:15pm, will provide an overview of the economy, the drivers and the political backdrop and outline the scenarios that could be ahead, as we enter even more challenging times in 2021. The online presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
As Economics Director at the CPA, Professor Noble oversees one of the most respected teams of economists in the construction industry, producing the quarterly Construction Forecasts, Construction Trade Surveys and bespoke construction economics research.
With a Masters’ Degree and PhD in applied economics and an Honorary Professorship of Construction Economics from UCL, Professor Noble has more than 15 years of experience producing economic forecasts.
He and his team’s work is supplied to Government and is regularly featured in the Financial Times and other national newspapers, construction trade press, television and radio.
James Lee, GGF Director of External Affairs commented on the news: “Professor Noble Francis confirming to present and share his expert knowledge of the economy, adds even more gravitas to the GGF’s webinar programme.
“Members’ Week will a three day event full of interesting and informative webinars that I am sure our Members will find really useful for their businesses.”
The GGF will be conducting an exclusive interview with Noble about his presentation at Members’ Week. This interview will feature on the GGF website on 6 September and will provide more information on the economy and the potential scenarios ahead.
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