Last Updated: June 22, 2018
A dedicated discussion to address the Economic Impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The devastation that Hurricane Harvey has brought to South Texas and Louisiana as well Hurricane Irma to Florida and the Caribbean Islands is unprecedented. The immediate impact of these natural disasters is the tragic loss of life, homes, and normalcy for so many people living in the affected areas.
Initial cost projections for Hurricane Harvey are estimated at $190 Billion and $100 Billion for Hurricane Irma. Andrew Duguay, Senior Economist, has reviewed the longer-term financial impact of hurricanes Harvey and Irma on the nation. By analyzing previous natural disasters, Mr. Duguay provides a data-driven forecast for the U.S. economy as well as the regions impacted by these hurricanes. Sign up to watch now >>
Economic Impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma topics include:
Andrew Duguay, Sr. Economist at Prevedere, provides critical insights related to the future economic impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
- How the impact of Hurricane Katrina can be used to understand Harvey, Irma, and future natural disasters
- What companies with a national and regional presence should expect
- How retailers and consumer goods companies should plan for the remainder of 2017 and beginning of 2018
About the Speaker
Prevedere is an industry insight and predictive analytics company, helping business leaders make better decisions by providing a real-time view of their company’s future. Our external real-time insights engine constantly monitors the world’s data, identifying future threats or opportunities to business performance. Along with a team of industry experts, data scientist, and economists, Prevedere helps business leaders make the right decisions in an ever-changing world.