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Appalachian’s SBTDC generates 14 new businesses, $10.57 million in capital Jan 18, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University's Small Business Technology Development Center (SBTDC) assisted clients in its 14-county

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Davis to deliver economic forecast during 2018 High Country Economic Kickof Breakfast Oct 31, 2017

The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced the date for the 2018 High Country Economic Kickoff Breakfast. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, January 9, 7:30 - 9:00AM.

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CERPA Director Ash Morgan delivers comments on the economic impact of App State Athletics during the Aug. 25, 2017 Wake up Watauga event, hosted by the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce (Photo: Boone Area Chamber of Commerce)

CERPA research shows economic impact of App State Athletics is approximately $54 million annually Aug 28, 2017

The impact of App State Athletics on the surrounding region is significant, according to research from Appalachian State...

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2015-16 First Destination Rate Data - Walker College of Business, Appalachian State University

Ninety percent of Walker College graduates employed or continuing education six months after commencement May 22, 2017

Ninety percent of Walker College of Business Class of 2016 graduates have successfully reached their first destination, according to...

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Wells Fargo economist to speak March 31 at Appalachian

Wells Fargo economist to speak March 31 at Appalachian Mar 23, 2017

ASU NEWS—John Silvia, chief economist for Wells Fargo, will be the speaker at...

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Economics faculty and students conduct high country tourism economic impact analyses

Economics faculty and students conduct high country tourism economic impact analyses Jan 24, 2017

Students from Appalachian State University's student chapter of the National Association for Business Economics...

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From left, Wells Fargo’s Mark Vitner, UNC Charlotte’s John Connaughton, Appalachian State University’s Harry Davis, N.C. State University’s Michael Walden, and Capital Tonight host Tom Boyum discuss North Carolina’s economic forecast during a forum hosted by the N.C. Chamber and the N.C. Bankers Association on Wednesday. (CJ photo by Barry Smith)

North Carolina's economy will grow in 2017, according to an expert panel that included finance professor and economist Harry Davis Jan 6, 2017

Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance Professor Harry Davis was part of an expert panel that said North Carolina's...

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Local Boone and Blowing Rock Chambers of Commerce will host the event

Harry Davis will deliver 2017 economic forecast during High Country Economic Kickoff Breakfast Dec 12, 2016

At the base of one of the region’s top winter economic drivers, the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce and Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce co-host...

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Economic Forecast Forum

Harry Davis to serve as panelist during economic forecast forum Nov 17, 2016

Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance Professor Harry Davis will serve as a panel speaker during the...

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Ramsey presents her research Travel Cost and Consumer Surplus Analysis of 2016 Blood, Sweat, and Gears Bike Rac

Economics students present research at undergraduate research and creativity symposium Nov 14, 2016

Appalachian State University senior economics major Brittany Ramsey and junior economics major Will Blackwood...

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nvited to speak at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence

Econ Professor, Todd Cherry, invited to speak at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence Apr 26, 2016

Walker College Professor of Economics Todd Cherry will present his behavioral and experimental research on climate change

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