Posted By Paul Tate, December 23, 2016 at 5:38 AM, in Category: Manufacturing Leadership Council
What new policies will help U.S. companies along their journey to Manufacturing 4.0 over the next four years? How can the new Trump team secure America’s industrial long-term future and help to grow its manufacturing workforce?
In preparation for the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump on January 20, Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council will host a special industry panel debate on the industrial priorities and potential policies for the future of U.S. manufacturing under the new Trump administration.
This special Manufacturing Leadership Council call, to be held on Wednesday, January 11 at 11am (ET), will address issues such as advanced technologies, international trade, innovation institutes, regulatory reform, energy and the environment, tax policy, and workforce skills.
Expert industry panelists include:
- Dr. Robert Atkinson, President and Chief Executive, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)
- John Bernaden, Co-founder and past Vice Chairman of the Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition, and former Director of Corporate Affairs at Rockwell Automation
- Peter Holicki, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Engineering, Environment, Health and Safety Operations, Emergency Services and Security, The Dow Chemical Company
- Jerry J. Jasinowski, former President of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Member, Board of Advisors, the Manufacturing Institute
- Richard Sade, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, S&S Hinge; Member, Board of Governors, the Manufacturing Leadership Council; and Vice Chairman of the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA)
The event will be moderated by David R. Brousell, Co-Founder and Global Vice President of the Manufacturing Leadership Council.
To request your invitation to the Manufacturing Leadership Council’s Special Panel Debate on Wednesday, January 11: Click Here
Written by Paul Tate
Paul Tate is Research Director and Executive Editor with Frost & Sullivan's Manufacturing Leadership Council. He also directs the Manufacturing Leadership Council's Board of Governors, the Council's annual Critical Issues Agenda, and the Manufacturing Leadership Research Panel. Follow us on Twitter: @MfgExecutive