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What does the future hold for the manufacturing industry and specifically, with minority business enterprise (MBE) manufacturers? Join leaders from BMW, Ingersoll Rand, Westrock, Grady and others on August 16, 2017 to network, discuss emerging trends and opportunities in the fast-evolving manufacturing industry.
The MBDA Business Center-Atlanta (MBC) located in Atlanta’s Technology Square — a hotbed for corporate innovation centers — will host the event, now in its second year. Held at Georgia Tech’s Global Learning Center, this event has grown into a hub for leading MBE Manufacturers to convene. More than 200 MBE manufacturers attended last year’s Summit and that number is expected to increase at this year’s event.
Time after time, we hear manufacturing must evolve. Not only is it important for the industry to incorporate well-known tools such as Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma to thrive, but growth also includes a commitment to building trust and expanding transactions among diverse suppliers.
Studies show most businesses prefer to work with companies they know and trust, regardless of race or ethnicity. The National MBE Manufacturers Summit 2017 makes it possible for large corporate supply chains to build that trust with MBE manufacturers to break barriers related to network access. This event is designed to facilitate greater access to contracting opportunities for MBEs. Attendees will explore how plants, national laboratories, supply chains, and logistics are adapting and shaping the future of advanced manufacturing — and how to keep pace with the changes taking place.
Book now for early-bird pricing; your next transaction could be here! Visit mbemanufacturersummit.com
Below is an assignment given to my team under my leadership and direction. Original Article: http://mbdabusinesscenter-atlanta.org/2836/want-to-get-noticed-by-corporations/
This year, we have some of the biggest names in manufacturing attending our Fast Pitch sessions including BMW, Grady, Novant Health, Ingersoll Rand, and many more. They’re looking for supplier partners like you and the poster walk is an opportunity to tell them why you are unique.
Nothing beats free advertising. That’s why this poster walk is a great way for your brand to get noticed by peers and potential partners. The top entries will be displayed, and a winner will be announced during the presentation. If you plan on attending the Summit, why not take advantage of every opportunity?
Brag on Yourself!
It’s your time to shine! This is your chance to let the manufacturing community in on all the awesome and innovative things you are doing in your company. Every once in a while, it pays to brag on yourself.
Receive Discount on Georgia Tech Courses
Enter the Poster Walk and receive a discount on select Georgia Tech Manufacturing Courses. These classes are tailored specifically for those in the manufacturing industry looking for ways to develop their business.
Original Article: http://mbdabusinesscenter-atlanta.org/2836/want-to-get-noticed-by-corporations/