(NEW DATE) Charting a New Course: How New Ideas on Trade & Money Can Revive the U.S. Economy

Featuring Steve Forbes and Discovery Institute Senior Fellow George Gilder

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Join us on the evening of Wednesday, April 5th as Steve Forbes and Discovery Institute co-founder George Gilder discuss some of the biggest issues facing today’s economy–including trade, technological shifts, increased regulatory and tax burdens, and monetary uncertainty.

With a new administration in the White House comes new opportunities for reforms that will energize our economy. Now is the time to act. How can we best tackle the most pressing economic issues of today, while also ensuring growth and prosperity for the generations to come?

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
6:30 PM: Reception
7:30 PM: Program begins

The Rainier Club
820 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104

Wine & Hors d’oeuvres provided.

Dress code for The Rainier Club is business casual.

Parking is available in nearby garages, including the Columbia Tower garage, located on Columbia Street between Fifth and Fourth Avenues.

Steve Forbes

Steve Forbes is Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media. Steve’s newest project is the podcast “What’s Ahead,” where he engages the world’s top newsmakers, politicians and pioneers in business and economics in honest conversations meant to challenge traditional conventions as well as featuring Steve’s signature views on the intersection of society, economic and policy.

George Gilder

Senior Fellow and Co-Founder of Discovery Institute
George Gilder is Chairman of Gilder Publishing LLC, located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. A co-founder of Discovery Institute, Mr. Gilder is a Senior Fellow of the Center on Wealth & Poverty, and also directs Discovery's Technology and Democracy Project. His latest book, Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy (2018), Gilder waves goodbye to today's Internet.  In a rocketing journey into the very near-future, he argues that Silicon Valley, long dominated by a few giants, faces a “great unbundling,” which will disperse computer power and commerce and transform the economy and the Internet.

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