The outlook for reduced defense spending and how businesses can deal with that prospect is the topic of a panel discussion set for Nov. 29 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt hotel in downtown San Diego.
The program, “Post-Election 2013: Defending Yourself From Reduced Defense Spending,” gets under way at 8 a.m. Breakfast will be served at 7:30.
Scheduled to speak are Kim Koster, director of integrated program management solutions at Deltek Inc.; Tony Nufer, general manager of Vector Planning & Services Inc.; Alan Stewart, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Epsilon Systems Solutions; and Jay Thomas, vice president of finance with Cubic Corp.
The cost is $55. Members of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, also known as SDMAC, can attend for $25.
Online registration is available at www.sdbj.com/bizevents/register-sd-defense/. To register by phone, contact Shannon Taylor at 858-277-6695.
Deltek is the event’s sponsor. The program will be presented by the San Diego Business Journal and SDMAC.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt is at 1 Market Place.
— SDBJ Staff Report