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ITR Economics Announces Partnership With The Great Game of Business
By ITR Economics on December 2, 2021

ITR Economics is excited to announce our new partnership with The Great Game of Business®, a business consulting organization based out of Springfield, Mo., that assists companies across...

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ITR onDemand App Now Available
By ITR Economics on September 1, 2020

Manchester, NH: ITR Economics today announced the release of the ITR onDemand App, a new product designed to deliver our trusted insights and 94.7% forecast accuracy immediately to our...

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Testimonials

Client Testimonial - Digitech Systems
By ITR Economics on September 9, 2019

Digitech Systems Sometimes we let others do the talking for us. What follows is a testimonial from one of our clients:

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Five Common Business Obstacles for Which Attendees Want Guidance
By ITR Economics on December 27, 2018

Planning a business presentation, conference, or annual meeting? It’s likely your goal is to provide your attendees with the insights they’ve been looking for. But what are the problems for...

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Nine Tips for a Successful Business Event
By ITR Economics on December 6, 2018

So your business wants to provide your clients or employees with additional value by hosting an event. That’s great! But as you already know, it’s not as easy as marking your calendar,...

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Top 10 Actionable Tips for Booking Your Next Speaker
By ITR Economics on December 6, 2018

A speaking engagement can be a fun, interactive way to provide valuable knowledge to your company or clients. However, your event will likely only be as good as the speaker you choose. Your...

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