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How the Manufacturing Industry Can Save the North American Economy

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
3:30 pm Registration
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Seminar
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Networking/Cocktail Hour

Azure Ontario Hotel
1945 E. Holt Blvd.
Ontario, CA 91761


Attendance is complimentary.

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It is clear that America’s competitiveness on the global economic stage is diminishing. After 75 years of American GDP growth, the US now finds it increasingly difficult to compete with re-engineered and emerging economies. So what is behind this dismal, but realistic news? And more important, what can the manufacturing sector do to reverse these disturbing trends?

This seminar will address the numerous irrefutable signs of America’s inability to sustain competiveness, explain precisely why America is less competitive as a nation, and why reversing this trend will be difficult.  Finally, this seminar will outline the actions government, industry and citizens must take to reverse these devastating trends in US competitiveness.

Participants will exit this seminar with a clear understanding of what must be done to reverse this dismal outlook… an understanding that begins with an emphasis on returning America to a robust manufacturing-driven economy.



Featured Presenter:

Alan Dunn
President of GDI Consulting & Training Company
 
  • Founder, Manufacturing Executive Institute (MEI)
  • Executive workshop instructor (33 years) at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Center for Technology & Management Education (CTME)
  • Former Vice President at Gemini Management Consulting and Partner at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). 
  • 40+ years of manufacturing & distribution industry experience
  • Dunn holds a BA degree in business management from California State University in Fullerton.
  • He is also qualified by APICS as a Certified Practitioner in Inventory & Production Management (CPIM).
 
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