First Business Bank

2023 Business Trends: Inflation & The Economy Ahead - Northeast Wisconsin

Join us for an engaging discussion revealing economic trends in Northeast Wisconsin.

What’s Ahead For 2023?

How will national and international economic trends affect Northeast Wisconsin's economy in the coming quarters? Find out at First Business Bank's 2023 Business Trends: Inflation & The Economy Ahead – Northeast Wisconsin seminar with the latest economic trends nationally and in Northeast Wisconsin.

Join us at Butte des Morts Country Club where Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, Senior Vice President – Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist, will present national and regional economic data about how businesses and consumers are faring through economically tumultuous times. A panel of local business leaders will discuss inflation, interest rates, employment, and more.

This event is designed for local business and organization leaders who rely on proven, timely data to make critical budgeting and operations decisions. Seating is limited, so please register now to reserve your spot. We look forward to seeing you there.

  • Date:02.09.2023
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  • Location:

    Butte des Morts Country Club
    3600 W Prospect Ave
    Appleton, WI 54914

Schedule Of Events

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  • Check-in, coffee, breakfast fare, and networking
  • Presentation and panel discussion


susan finco

Susan M. Finco

Moderator | Northeast Wisconsin Advisory Board Member

Susan Finco is Owner and President of Leonard & Finco Public Relations, an award-winning, full-service public relations firm founded in 1992. Leonard & Finco Public Relations has a strong, positive reputation for exceptional expertise in communication strategy, issues and crisis management, media relations, and social media.
nancy johnshoy

Nancy Johnshoy, CFA

Presenter | Senior Vice President - Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist of First Business Bank

Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, has over 35 years of experience helping clients maximize and protect their wealth. Nancy works with individual clients, corporations, and non-profit organizations to achieve their investment and planning objectives. She authors the First Business Bank Quarterly Market Review, an in-depth analysis of markets and investments, and regularly presents to audiences about economic insights.
Rick Hearden, President – Northeast Wisconsin Market

Rick Hearden

Panelist | President – Northeast Wisconsin Market of First Business Bank

Rick Hearden joined First Business Bank as President – Northeast Wisconsin Market in August 2017. Rick has more than 33 years of commercial banking and business experience, all in Northeast Wisconsin.

Cory VandeWettering

Panelist | President/CEO of Keller, Inc.

Cory VandeWettering, President & CEO of Keller, Inc. in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, is originally from Freedom, Wisconsin. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business economics from South Dakota State University, where he played basketball. After college, he joined the Keller team in 2008 as a Sales/Project Manager, then was promoted to Regional Manager, and, one year later, was selected as the next President and CEO.

Bret Salscheider

Panelist | President/CEO of YMCA of the Fox Cities

Bret is the President & CEO of the YMCA of the Fox Cities. Prior to this position he served as President & CEO of John E. Alexander South Wood County YMCA in Wisconsin Rapids for 10 years, and was District Executive of the Greater Green Bay YMCA prior to that. He has a BSE, Physical Education - Exercise Science, from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Komal Mehta

Panelist | Northeast Wisconsin Advisory Board Member

Komal Mehta serves on First Business Bank's Northeast Wisconsin Advisory Board. Komal is Co-Owner of Triangle Manufacturing Company, a metal components and bearing manufacturing firm located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.