Time: 07:30PM - 08:45PM
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A number of forecasters see a growing risk of recession for the United States as inflation skyrockets, what does this mean for orthodontic practices? A recession is defined “as a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months” and they generally occur when there is a widespread drop in consumer spending.
What we will incur in the near future is very different from what orthodontic practices saw last year, we will see patients shift from “I want orthodontic treatment” to “do I really need orthodontic treatment?”. Our team will dive into industry data and what we learned from the “great recession” and economic meltdown in 2008.
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Recessions come and go, but some are more severe and last longer than others. In this webinar, we will discuss how an economic downturn will impact orthodontic practices and how owners can prepare their practices for what’s ahead.
Just wanted to say thank you for your presentation yesterday. I thought it was great and provided us with a great perspective.
-David E. Walker, D.D.S.
On behalf of the Cleveland Society of Orthodontists, I want to tell you how much we enjoyed your presentation on Business Succession Planning. Our members who attended spoke favorably about the information you presented and were glad they attended. Your lecture brought new insights and valuable information to our profession; I would imagine they will all put some of your ideas into practice.
-Lorraine Mollohan, Executive Director