The emergence of COVID-19 created substantial difficulties for the majority of our nation’s regions and industries, with many of these disruptions still left unsolved at this point. It is likely that these newly generated complications will continue to affect our economy and demographics even after a sense of normalcy has been established.
Colby Lancelin, Principal Planning Coordinator for the Atlanta Regional Commission, will be joining REMI on Thursday, February 25th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET) for a guest webinar presentation entitled “Pandemic and the Economy: Crisis Diverted?”
This discussion will focus on the Atlanta metropolitan region as Mr. Lancelin takes a preliminary examination of the pandemic’s potential challenges and impacts to the area’s long-range socioeconomic outlook.
The methodology utilized in this evaluation of how Atlanta has responded to the presence of COVID-19 and the major findings from this analysis will all be included in Mr. Lancelin’s upcoming guest presentation.