Contact The Sweeney Agency today to book Peter Navarro for your next event.
Over the past decade, I've been a keynote speaker, featured speaker, or roundtable facilitator at
hundreds of events. Clients have included Institutional
Investor, John Hancock, Marriott, McKenzie Financial, Tramontina, Assante Wealth Management, Cobank, NRECA, the Steel
Manufacturer's Association, the Metal Services Center Institute, the National Human Resources Association, International Housewares
Association, Emory & Henry University, the Lima Chamber of Commerce, and the FBI.
The four major speech topics offered include:
Topic #1. Forecasting the U.S. and global
This forecast can
be tailored to either investors or business executives. For investors, it includes a discussion of appropriate
money management strategies over the course of the stock market cycle. For business executive audiences, my forecast
similarly includes a discussion of appropriate business strategies over the course of the business cycle.
For both investors and business executives, the
most important part of my speech is to teach them to become their own economic forecasters. This approach is presented
in my book "Always a Winner”. For groups seeking a strong educational component for their audience, this “teach
you how to forecast” aspect of the speech is always a big hit.
Topic #2. Geopolitical Analysis
of the World Economy
Let me take your money managers or corporate executives to any corner of the world to see how unfolding
events will affect your investment opportunities or business model. From Africa to Asias and from Europe to Latin America,
find out how current events will affect everything from oil prices to investment opportunies. When it comes to geopolitics
and your investments, the best surprise is no surprise.
Topic #3. Strategically Meeting the China Challenge
The foundation for this speech is
my analysis of U.S.-China relations in my book and film Crouching Tiger. In those works,
I describe how the emergence of China is sparking a tremendous competition globally for markets, natural resources, and political
and military influence. For corporate audiences, I explain how to conduct a proper risk assessment when considering offshoring
production facilities to China. For companies facing stiff Chinese competition, I also offer a suite of strategies to
combat China's "weapons of mass production." Topic
#4. What the Best MBAs Know
is based on my book "What the Best MBAs Know"; it is an executive-level overview of the MBA "toolbox."
This presentation is best conducted in a workshop format with the goal of providing executives and middle managers with
a working overview of how the key concepts and tools offered in business schools may be profitably applied
in their own corporate environment. The presentation is specifically tailored to the particular industry that I'm working