Renowned economist Dr. Harry Broadman will offer groundbreaking insights to shape how North Carolina businesses can and should gain advantage in the global economy at upcoming speaking engagements in Charlotte and Raleigh. Sentinel will host Broadman on November 7 at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte, and on November 8 at the Carolina Country Club in Raleigh.
Broadman, former senior White House economic advisor, will share his uniquely prospective approach to the global economy, from capitalizing on emerging markets, to mitigating financial and operational risk, to leveraging opportunities for growth through 2019 and beyond.
Broadman is sought out the world over for his expertise in international finance, trade and emerging markets. Here at home, Broadman’s strategic counsel is credited with moving the needle for many Fortune 500 clients, including GE, IBM, Coca-Cola, Canon, Exxon-Mobil, and Walmart. Today, he is CEO and Managing Partner of Proa Global Partners LLC, an emerging markets-focused investment transaction advisory firm.
Lee Roberts, former North Carolina budget director, will serve as moderator. Roberts is managing partner of SharpVue Capital, Sentinel’s partner and co-host for the events, along with Barry, Evans, Joseph & Snipes of Charlotte.