Partnership Bank conducts Economic Forecast Breakfast

News Graphic Staff

March 25, 2014


David Braaten, CEO of Partnership Bank, left, stands with Steve Dickson, vice president and controller, Wisconsin Energy Corp.; Cathy Schulze, We Energies, Media Relations; and Vince Cameranesi, president of Partnership Bank, at the bank’s recent annual
Economic Forecast Breakfast.

Submitted photo

CEDARBURG - Reporting on the economy, Dickson focused his remarks on, “The numbers look good - but why doesn’t it feel good?’ His best guess is that we are still hurting from the 2007-08 economic downturn.

Energy-wise, Wisconsin and the United States are in great shape with predictions that by 2016, we will be energy independent, he said. This, Dickson added, will help manufacturing and bring jobs back home.

The Economic Forecast is presented each year by Partnership Bank, located in Cedarburg, as part of its ongoing initiative to bring business and community leaders together to learn, educate each other, and face the challenges of businesses.