Taylor St. Germain
As an experienced economist, Taylor St. Germain provides consulting services for small businesses, trade associations, and Fortune 500 companies across a spectrum of industries. His dynamic personality and extensive knowledge of economic trends and their business relevance are highly valued by clients and colleagues alike.
Taylor spent time in the tech industry providing market intelligence to electronics OEMs, semiconductor companies, and component manufacturers. In his five years with ITR Economics, he has worked with various distributors, manufacturers, and producers, helping each client navigate the business cycle and optimize their corporate planning strategy. Taylor has also spent several years in Texas furthering his research in the industrial sector, with a specific focus on oil and gas.
Taylor earned his bachelor’s degree in statistics from the University of Vermont and is finishing a master’s degree in applied economics at Southern New Hampshire University. He has been featured in OEM Magazine and on the Fab Lab and Wealth Formula podcasts.
“Taylor gave a 90-minute economic forecast presentation via webinar for our recent annual Leadership Retreat. Taylor’s apolitical and objective point of view made for a very balanced and productive meeting. Taylor’s perspective was untainted by the trends and expectations specific to our industry, as he presented an overall market and economic outlook that could apply broadly to all industries and offered a well-researched and analyzed macro-level view of what to expect from our economy over both the short and long term. The data helped support our planning and strategy for the coming fiscal year”
Mike LaRosaChief Operating Officer of Florida Agency Network
“Taylor St. Germain provided a very insightful and engaging presentation for our legislative conference this past November. Our audience found his overview of current economic conditions along with his insights for what is ahead both relevant and thoughtful. Overall Taylor was well spoken and provided a nice balance of information, humor, and clear take-aways.”