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  • The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

    Brexit is an example that it is a small world after all

    The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

  • Employees of companies that participate in SMART’s “EcoPass” program will receive discounts at a rate tied to the number of annual passes purchased by the companies in advance. “You basically provide discounted pricing in an attempt to get more riders,” said Robert Eyler, director of Sonoma State University’s Regional Center for Economic Analysis.

    SMART confronts debate over fares set for North Bay rail service

    Employees of companies that participate in SMART’s “EcoPass” program will receive discounts at a rate tied to the number of annual passes purchased by the companies in advance. “You basically provide discounted pricing in an attempt to get more riders,” said Robert Eyler, director of Sonoma State University’s Regional Center for Economic Analysis.

  • Marin Netflix series shoot brings economic benefits

    Marin Netflix series shoot brings economic benefits

    Robert Eyler, chief economist of the Marin Economic Forum, said Marin cities could use the Netflix filming as an opportunity to attract other film shoots.

  • Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said, “It’s good to see entrepreneurial activity coming from the high schools.”

    Novato High School class helps students convert ideas into stuff — and maybe cash

    Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said, “It’s good to see entrepreneurial activity coming from the high schools.”

  • The Marin Economic Forum was feted by Marin County supervisors this week for its role in stimulating the growth of local life science businesses in recent years

    Marin Economic Forum credited with growth of biotech in Marin

    Robert Eyler, the forum’s chief economist and its former director, said during the upcoming BioCom 2016 conference in San Francisco from June 6 to June 9 about 100 attendees will visit the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. The conference, which will be held at the Moscone Center, is sponsored by the California Life Science Alliance and annually attracts participants from more than three dozen countries.

  • In Marin, $492 million last year was spent on hotel and accommodations, food service, arts, entertainment and recreation and retail sales. Robert Eyler, CEO of the Marin Economic Forum, said this is good news but Marin has some work to do.

    Tourists bring big economic benefit to Marin, report finds

    In Marin, $492 million last year was spent on hotel and accommodations, food service, arts, entertainment and recreation and retail sales. Robert Eyler, CEO of the Marin Economic Forum, said this is good news but Marin has some work to do.

The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

Brexit is an example that it is a small world after all

August 22, 2016

The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

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Forecasting trends for Northern California’s economy

August 12, 2016

Dr. Robert Eyler, Interim Dean of the School of Extended and International Education at Sonoma State University, will forecast growth in food and beverage manufacturing, life sciences and tourism through 2019 at the Aug. 24 luncheon of Sons in Retirement (SIR) Branch #53 at Oakmont’s East Recreation Center.

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Employees of companies that participate in SMART’s “EcoPass” program will receive discounts at a rate tied to the number of annual passes purchased by the companies in advance. “You basically provide discounted pricing in an attempt to get more riders,” said Robert Eyler, director of Sonoma State University’s Regional Center for Economic Analysis.

SMART confronts debate over fares set for North Bay rail service

July 5, 2016

Employees of companies that participate in SMART’s “EcoPass” program will receive discounts at a rate tied to the number of annual passes purchased by the companies in advance. “You basically provide discounted pricing in an attempt to get more riders,” said Robert Eyler, director of Sonoma State University’s Regional Center for Economic Analysis.

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Marin Netflix series shoot brings economic benefits

Marin Netflix series shoot brings economic benefits

June 24, 2016

Robert Eyler, chief economist of the Marin Economic Forum, said Marin cities could use the Netflix filming as an opportunity to attract other film shoots.

Full Story »

Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said, “It’s good to see entrepreneurial activity coming from the high schools.”

Novato High School class helps students convert ideas into stuff — and maybe cash

May 27, 2016

Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said, “It’s good to see entrepreneurial activity coming from the high schools.”

Full Story »

The Marin Economic Forum was feted by Marin County supervisors this week for its role in stimulating the growth of local life science businesses in recent years

Marin Economic Forum credited with growth of biotech in Marin

May 23, 2016

Robert Eyler, the forum’s chief economist and its former director, said during the upcoming BioCom 2016 conference in San Francisco from June 6 to June 9 about 100 attendees will visit the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. The conference, which will be held at the Moscone Center, is sponsored by the California Life Science Alliance and annually attracts participants from more than three dozen countries.

Full Story »