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Titans of Industry—2022 Texas Business Hall of Fame Titan Talk

Texas business leaders have faced unprecedented challenges in the past two years. The Texas Business Hall of Fame, of which myself and co-founder Gary Dudley are proud members, brings together experts and leaders to help solve these challenges for Texans.

SWBC recently sponsored the second annual TBHF Titan talk, in which we discussed issues impacting businesses and the economic outlook for our great state with two hall of fame legends, Gerald Smith and former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Richard Fisher.

Discussion highlights include:

  • Texas employment is nearly back to its pre-pandemic high, whereas the nation is lagging behind. What is it about Texas?
  • How will population growth in Texas impact businesses and school systems?
  • How will the rising cost of living and other challenges related to inflation affect Texas consumers?
  • Is there any end on the horizon to supply chain issues?
  • Industry-specific discussions on Texas healthcare and the state of the oil and gas industry.

Learn these things and much more from the top minds in Texas business in this year’s TBHF Titan Talk. Click here to view the on-demand webinar.


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Charlie Amato

Charlie Amato is the Chairman of SWBC. With more than 40 years of experience in all aspects of insurance operations, underwriting, and product development, Charlie is known in the business community for his innovative, relationship-building approach.

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