Save the date – Manufacturing first October 21, 2020

With Northeast Wisconsin an epicenter of manufacturing, Manufacturing First has rapidly become known as one of the state’s premier industry events. Since it began in 2011, Manufacturing First routinely welcomes more than 1,200 attendants and 550+ high school students annually to the KI Center in Green Bay. With the NEW Manufacturing Alliance and First Business Bank, Insight is a co-sponsor and coordinator of the event.

Manufacturing First features a full-day of speakers, informative presentations focused on innovation and the latest industry trends, multiple networking opportunities and an expo hall with more than 200 exhibitors highlighting their products and services. The students attending the event have an opportunity to meet with manufacturers about possible career options.

The evening prior to Manufacturing First, the NEW Manufacturing Alliance holds its Excellence in Manufacturing/K-12 Partnership Awards dinner honoring innovation at local companies and educators who are making a difference. Students pursuing careers in manufacturing also receive scholarships at the dinner.

There are many levels of sponsorship available for Manufacturing First and booth space always sells out so please contact your sales rep early to reserve your spot.

October 30 - Agenda

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

BREAKFAST, REGISTRATION & NETWORKING

Sponsored by:
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

BREAKFAST, REGISTRATION & NETWORKING

Sponsored by:

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Mike Staver

Leadership Isn't for Cowards

Mike Staver

"Leadership Isn’t for Cowards"

The author of "Leadership Isn't for Cowards," Mike Staver is an internationally respected speaker and coach. Mike takes noisy, often complex, leadership content and makes it immediately useful, digestible and entertaining.

Mike has degrees in business administration and counseling psychology and is a certified speaking professional. Companies from Federal Express and Miracle Ear to leading real estate companies and the Mayo Clinic have repeatedly invited him to contribute to the development of their leaders.

Most recently, some of Mike's work was ranked No. 1 by Training Magazine on its 2018 Training Top 125 list, which recognizes organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world.

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Mike Staver

Mike Staver

"LEADERSHIP ISN’T FOR COWARDS"

The author of "Leadership Isn't for Cowards," Mike Staver is an internationally respected speaker and coach. Mike takes noisy, often complex, leadership content and makes it immediately useful, digestible and entertaining.

Mike has degrees in business administration and counseling psychology and is a certified speaking professional. Companies from Federal Express and Miracle Ear to leading real estate companies and the Mayo Clinic have repeatedly invited him to contribute to the development of their leaders.

Most recently, some of Mike's work was ranked No. 1 by Training Magazine on its 2018 Training Top 125 list, which recognizes organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world.

9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

EXHIBIT HALL OPEN

180+ Exhibitors - XCELLD booths

XCELLD Booth Exhibitors

Exhibitors

Accuracy Machine • Activate healthcare and On Target Health • Acuity • AdvancedTek • Alignex Inc. • The Alliance • Alwin Manufacturing • American Tent and Sidewall • Apricity • AriensCo. • Argus Technical Services • ASI – Division of Thermal Technologies, Inc. • A-Tech (Appleton Technical Academy) • A to Z Machine Co. • Badger Tag & Label Corp. • BConnected, LLC • Baum Machine • Bayland Buildings, Inc. • Bayside Machine Corp. • The Boldt Company • BPM Inc. • Braas Company • Burger Boat Company • Camera Corner Connecting Point • Carron Net Company, Inc. • City of Green Bay • CLA • CleanPower • Consolidated Construction • Cornerstone Business Services • Crescendo Trade, Inc. • CR Meyer • Crown Lift Trucks • Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. • De Pere Foundry, Inc. • Doig Corporation • Eaton • Eagles Performance Plastics, Inc. • Element • EMC Insurance Companies • EMT International • Engineering Specialists, Inc. • ERC: Counselors & Consultants and Steve Baue, LLC • Excelion Partners • Executive Agenda • Express Employment Professionals • Fabio Perini North America, Inc. • Fabricators & Manufacturers Association • Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding • Fincantieri Marinette Marine • First Business Bank • Fluid Systems Components • Focus on Energy • Forsite Benefit Partners • Fosber America, Inc. • Fox Valley Metal-Tech, Inc. • Fox Valley Metrology • Fox Valley Technical College • The Geo Group • GPS Education Partners • Golder Associates Inc. • Great Northern Corporation • Green Bay Packaging • Green Bay Packers • Haas Factory Outlet, LLC • Hands On Deck • HawkPoint Technologies • Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. • H.S. Group HR, Inc. • HUI • Huzzard Systems • Icon Marketing, Inc. • Imaginasium • Immel Construction • Industrial Fluid Solutions • Insight Publications • ISG • iSolved HCM • JBS • J.F. Ahern Co. • Keller, Inc. • KerberRose Certified Public Accountants • KI • Kohler Co. • Koss Industrial Inc. • K.R. West Co., Inc. • LAB Midwest • The Lake Companies, Inc. • Lakeshore Technical College • Larson Engineering, Inc. • Laser North, Inc. • L & S Electric, Inc. • LRI • Machine Plus LLC • Marco Technologies • McClone Agency Inc. • Menasha Corporation • Mid Valley Industries, LLC • Miller Electric • Miron Construction Co., Inc. • Moraine Park Technical College • Munroe Exhibits & Graphics • Nature’s Way (Schwabe North America) • Neenah Foundry Company • Nercon • NEW Manufacturing Alliance • New North • N.E.W. Plastics Corp. • Nicolet Plastics LLC • Nielson Commuinications • Northwind IP Law, S.C. • North Shore Environmental Construction, Inc. • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College • NPS Corp • Optima Associates, LLC • Optima Machinery Corporation • Oshkosh Corp. • Outlook Group, LLC • Pacon Corporation • PanelTEK LLC • Parker Hannifin • Paychex • PayneCrest Electric • Pierce Manufacturing • Pilot Freight Services • Plexus Corporation • Precision Thermal Processing • ProAmpac • ProSolutions, Inc. • Protective Coating Specialists • Quality Assembly and Logistics, LLC • Quasius Construction • Reach Amplification • Remote Operations Company (ROC) • Rhine Machining and Fabricating, Inc. • Robinson Metal, Inc. • Roberts Mfg. Co of Wisconsin • Rockline Industries • R-tek Coatings LLC • Ruder Ware • RR Donnelly • R&R Insurance Services • Sadoff Iron and Metal Co. • Safety Connections Inc. • Samuel Pressure Vessel Group • Sanimax • Schreiber Foods • Services Plus • Skyline Exhibit Resource • Smart IS International • State Lab of Hygiene • Stellar Blue Technologies • St. Norbert Schneider School of Business • Sturm Foods • Sulzer Machine & Manufacturing, Inc. • Sure Controls • Tailored Label Products, Inc. • TeamLogic IT • Thomas Industrial Supply, Inc. • Time Counts Consulting, Inc. • Top Floor • Total Energy Systems, LLC • TotalTek • Towsleys Inc. • Translogistics, Inc. • Trillium Staffing Solutions • Tweet/Garot Mechanical, Inc. • Unlimited Services • UW-Green Bay Resch School of Engineering • Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. • Valley Packaging Supply Co., Inc. • Velocity Machine Inc. • Vistage Worldwide, Inc. • Voith Paper • Waupaca Foundry • Wegner CPAs • Werner Electric Supply • Wipfli • Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.• Wisconsin Fastener Supply Inc. • Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership • Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI) • Wisconsin Public Service • Wonderware Midwest • WOW Logistics • WS Packaging, Inc. • Zander Press Inc.

9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

EXHIBIT HALL OPEN

180+ Exhibitors - XCELLD booths

XCELLD Booth Exhibitors

Exhibitors

Accuracy Machine • Activate healthcare and On Target Health • Acuity • AdvancedTek • Alignex Inc. • The Alliance • Alwin Manufacturing • American Tent and Sidewall • Apricity • AriensCo. • Argus Technical Services • ASI – Division of Thermal Technologies, Inc. • A-Tech (Appleton Technical Academy) • A to Z Machine Co. • Badger Tag & Label Corp. • BConnected, LLC • Baum Machine • Bayland Buildings, Inc. • Bayside Machine Corp. • The Boldt Company • BPM Inc. • Braas Company • Burger Boat Company • Camera Corner Connecting Point • Carron Net Company, Inc. • City of Green Bay • CLA • CleanPower • Consolidated Construction • Cornerstone Business Services • Crescendo Trade, Inc. • CR Meyer • Crown Lift Trucks • Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. • De Pere Foundry, Inc. • Doig Corporation • Eaton • Eagles Performance Plastics, Inc. • Element • EMC Insurance Companies • EMT International • Engineering Specialists, Inc. • ERC: Counselors & Consultants and Steve Baue, LLC • Excelion Partners • Executive Agenda • Express Employment Professionals • Fabio Perini North America, Inc. • Fabricators & Manufacturers Association • Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding • Fincantieri Marinette Marine • First Business Bank • Fluid Systems Components • Focus on Energy • Forsite Benefit Partners • Fosber America, Inc. • Fox Valley Metal-Tech, Inc. • Fox Valley Metrology • Fox Valley Technical College • The Geo Group • GPS Education Partners • Golder Associates Inc. • Great Northern Corporation • Green Bay Packaging • Green Bay Packers • Haas Factory Outlet, LLC • Hands On Deck • HawkPoint Technologies • Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. • H.S. Group HR, Inc. • HUI • Huzzard Systems • Icon Marketing, Inc. • Imaginasium • Immel Construction • Industrial Fluid Solutions • Insight Publications • ISG • iSolved HCM • JBS • J.F. Ahern Co. • Keller, Inc. • KerberRose Certified Public Accountants • KI • Kohler Co. • Koss Industrial Inc. • K.R. West Co., Inc. • LAB Midwest • The Lake Companies, Inc. • Lakeshore Technical College • Larson Engineering, Inc. • Laser North, Inc. • L & S Electric, Inc. • LRI • Machine Plus LLC • Marco Technologies • McClone Agency Inc. • Menasha Corporation • Mid Valley Industries, LLC • Miller Electric • Miron Construction Co., Inc. • Moraine Park Technical College • Munroe Exhibits & Graphics • Nature’s Way (Schwabe North America) • Neenah Foundry Company • Nercon • NEW Manufacturing Alliance • New North • N.E.W. Plastics Corp. • Nicolet Plastics LLC • Nielson Commuinications • Northwind IP Law, S.C. • North Shore Environmental Construction, Inc. • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College • NPS Corp • Optima Associates, LLC • Optima Machinery Corporation • Oshkosh Corp. • Outlook Group, LLC • Pacon Corporation • PanelTEK LLC • Parker Hannifin • Paychex • PayneCrest Electric • Pierce Manufacturing • Pilot Freight Services • Plexus Corporation • Precision Thermal Processing • ProAmpac • ProSolutions, Inc. • Protective Coating Specialists • Quality Assembly and Logistics, LLC • Quasius Construction • Reach Amplification • Remote Operations Company (ROC) • Rhine Machining and Fabricating, Inc. • Robinson Metal, Inc. • Roberts Mfg. Co of Wisconsin • Rockline Industries • R-tek Coatings LLC • Ruder Ware • RR Donnelly • R&R Insurance Services • Sadoff Iron and Metal Co. • Safety Connections Inc. • Samuel Pressure Vessel Group • Sanimax • Schreiber Foods • Services Plus • Skyline Exhibit Resource • Smart IS International • State Lab of Hygiene • Stellar Blue Technologies • St. Norbert Schneider School of Business • Sturm Foods • Sulzer Machine & Manufacturing, Inc. • Sure Controls • Tailored Label Products, Inc. • TeamLogic IT • Thomas Industrial Supply, Inc. • Time Counts Consulting, Inc. • Top Floor • Total Energy Systems, LLC • TotalTek • Towsleys Inc. • Translogistics, Inc. • Trillium Staffing Solutions • Tweet/Garot Mechanical, Inc. • Unlimited Services • UW-Green Bay Resch School of Engineering • Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. • Valley Packaging Supply Co., Inc. • Velocity Machine Inc. • Vistage Worldwide, Inc. • Voith Paper • Waupaca Foundry • Wegner CPAs • Werner Electric Supply • Wipfli • Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.• Wisconsin Fastener Supply Inc. • Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership • Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI) • Wisconsin Public Service • Wonderware Midwest • WOW Logistics • WS Packaging, Inc. • Zander Press Inc.

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

Upper Level

SPECIAL PRESENTATION #1

Employment law is not for cowards: A top 10 list of what NOT to do in the workplace!

With more than 15 years of employment law experience, Sara Ackermann has advised hundreds of employers. Her goal is to help businesses minimize the risk of expensive and stressful employment litigation. Can you still drug test employees? Do you have to allow dogs in your workplace as an accommodation? Sara will address these pitfalls and other trouble areas she deals with every day. Employment law is ever-evolving and new legislation is promulgated on a daily basis. This is a presentation you cannot afford to miss!

Key takeaways:
1. Minimize risk of employment litigation
2. Increase employee retention
3. Sleep better at night knowing your company is complying with employment laws


Speaker bio:
Sara has substantial experience advising and representing clients in the employment law arena. She provides counsel to employers on every aspect of federal and state employment laws, including laws regarding drug and alcohol testing, background checks, employee privacy, wrongful discharge, anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, plant closing and mass lay-off, wage and hour, FMLA, and reasonable accommodation. In addition, Sara conducts onsite employment law training, including but not limited to, sexual harassment training for employees and “employment law basics” training for management.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION #2

How & Why Alternative Financing Works for Manufacturers

Savvy manufacturing executives look for competitive advantages to stay ahead of the competition. With the recent news that two-thirds of manufacturers are taking steps to protect themselves against an economic downturn, it’s the perfect time to learn about financing options beyond traditional business loans.

It’s not just financially troubled businesses that seek out alternative financing — there are distinct advantages for manufacturers. Whether you want to smooth out cash flow peaks and valleys, finance a new product line or a large order, or replace equipment, commercial finance expert Bill Elliott will help you get a better understanding of alternative financing options that might work for your business.

Key takeaways:
1. Overview of alternative financing options, such as factoring, purchase order financing, SBA loans, asset-based loans, and equipment finance
2. Pros, cons, and restrictions of each for manufacturers
3. Best practices to evaluate financing partners


Speaker bio:
Bill Elliott, President of First Business Growth Funding, the factoring arm of First Business Bank, has 35 years of experience in commercial finance and helps businesses of all sizes thrive despite financial challenges. He’ll discuss alternative ways to fund manufacturing enterprises and answer your specific questions. In addition to his finance expertise, Bill has hands-on experience as an entrepreneur, owning a company and successfully raising $1.5 million in seed capital and $10 million in preferred equity and senior financing.

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

Upper Level

SPECIAL PRESENTATION #1

Employment law is not for cowards: A top 10 list of what NOT to do in the workplace!

With more than 15 years of employment law experience, Sara Ackermann has advised hundreds of employers. Her goal is to help businesses minimize the risk of expensive and stressful employment litigation. Can you still drug test employees? Do you have to allow dogs in your workplace as an accommodation? Sara will address these pitfalls and other trouble areas she deals with every day. Employment law is ever-evolving and new legislation is promulgated on a daily basis. This is a presentation you cannot afford to miss!

Key takeaways:
1. Minimize risk of employment litigation
2. Increase employee retention
3. Sleep better at night knowing your company is complying with employment laws


Speaker bio:
Sara has substantial experience advising and representing clients in the employment law arena. She provides counsel to employers on every aspect of federal and state employment laws, including laws regarding drug and alcohol testing, background checks, employee privacy, wrongful discharge, anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, plant closing and mass lay-off, wage and hour, FMLA, and reasonable accommodation. In addition, Sara conducts onsite employment law training, including but not limited to, sexual harassment training for employees and “employment law basics” training for management.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION #2

How & Why Alternative Financing Works for Manufacturers

Savvy manufacturing executives look for competitive advantages to stay ahead of the competition. With the recent news that two-thirds of manufacturers are taking steps to protect themselves against an economic downturn, it’s the perfect time to learn about financing options beyond traditional business loans.

It’s not just financially troubled businesses that seek out alternative financing — there are distinct advantages for manufacturers. Whether you want to smooth out cash flow peaks and valleys, finance a new product line or a large order, or replace equipment, commercial finance expert Bill Elliott will help you get a better understanding of alternative financing options that might work for your business.

Key takeaways:
1. Overview of alternative financing options, such as factoring, purchase order financing, SBA loans, asset-based loans, and equipment finance
2. Pros, cons, and restrictions of each for manufacturers
3. Best practices to evaluate financing partners


Speaker bio:
Bill Elliott, President of First Business Growth Funding, the factoring arm of First Business Bank, has 35 years of experience in commercial finance and helps businesses of all sizes thrive despite financial challenges. He’ll discuss alternative ways to fund manufacturing enterprises and answer your specific questions. In addition to his finance expertise, Bill has hands-on experience as an entrepreneur, owning a company and successfully raising $1.5 million in seed capital and $10 million in preferred equity and senior financing.

11:00AM - NOON

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #1

How Manufacturers Can Own Google Search in 2019

Is your website doing its job of attracting business or employment prospects and converting them into qualified leads? Learn how to use cutting-edge SEO tools and strategies, a “content pillar page” approach to website architecture and content strategy, and a continuous improvement approach to website optimization to make your web properties the hardest-working assets in your marketing mix.

Greg Linnemanstons of Weidert Group will discuss how to leverage SEO and develop a growth-driven website design for a holistic approach to owning search results in 2019.

Key takeaways:
1. Develop a high level view of SEO strategies and the implication for websites and content
2. Get introduced to some new tools available to diagnose and improve businesses search performance
3. Understand the basics behind Growth Driven Design, the data-centric continuous improvement approach to website development and optimization

Speaker bio:
Greg Linnemanstons is president of Weidert Group, a nationally recognized inbound marketing firm and Platinum HubSpot partner. Greg is a HubSpot Partner-certified inbound marketing consultant; his experience includes 18 years in corporate marketing and brand management for companies like HJ Heinz and Pillsbury. President of Weidert since 2001, Greg holds a master's degree in marketing and finance from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in economics from Lawrence University in Appleton.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #2

Demystifying Industry 4.0: What Problem are You Trying to Solve?

The technology advances in industry 4.0 can be very beneficial to a business looking to improve metrics like efficiency and productivity. However, before jumping into the revolution headfirst, understanding the problem is paramount. Demystifying Industry 4.0, will focus on how you can frame your initial step into the newest technologies and give your company a way to introduce it in a positive impactful way.

Key takeaways:
1. Understand steps that can be taken to prioritize areas for Industry 4.0 implementation
2. Who should be involved as a company steps into Industry 4.0 technology
3. How to have consistent direction as you add technology to your environment

Speaker Bios:
Lisa:
Lisa works with organizational leaders and owners to achieve their goals and dreams. With more than 20 years of transformation and leadership experience, she advises senior leaders on mission, vision, values, strategy, and goals to effectively execute plans that drive personal and organizational success. Through training, coaching, and problem solving, she enables people to adopt the mindsets, skills and behaviors needed to make change and drive business results.

Sean:
Sean is an experienced continuous improvement leader who is skilled in facilitating Kaizen events and leading Lean and Six Sigma projects. He has worked with businesses of all sizes, with a special focus on serving the manufacturing industry and leading cost and defect reduction efforts. Sean helps clients achieve their business goals through a focus on process improvements.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #3

Disaster Recovery, Crisis Response and Business Continuity: What's your Plan?

A crisis affecting the very survival of a company can take many forms from physical events like tornadoes to explosions, product recalls and employee malfeasance or violence.

What should you do to properly protect your company, your employees and customers against these perils? And how do you respond in the time of crisis? Learn the best practices in crisis preparedness and what to do in the critical first 24 hours of a crisis response. A major crisis can be disruptive, but does not have to be devastating.

Session Focus Areas:

• Understanding the components of a disaster
• Importance of preparedness: Disaster planning and response process are vital to success
• The value of handling the critical first 24 hours properly
• How to identify internal and external partners
• Overview of the restoration process

Key takeaways:
- Understanding the components of a disaster
- Importance of preparedness: Disaster planning and response process are vital to success
- The value of handling the critical first 24 hours properly
- How to identify internal and external partners
- Overview of the restoration process


Speaker bios:
Chris Halverson is the Risk Management Sales Director at M3 Insurance. In his role, Chris works in the field supporting M3's risk management efforts in driving new business and supporting client risk mitigation programs. He works closely with clients to provide safety and risk management services and also develops educational materials and services for internal and external use.

Jeff Christensen is a Client Communications Advisor based in the Madison office of M3 Insurance. In his role, Jeff serves as a strategic partner to the M3 sales and service teams. Working with clients, he assists organizations to develop thorough communication plans which address business objectives, multiple audiences, key messages, and effective tactics and timelines.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #4

Improving Employee Safety and Operational Excellence by Implementing a Preventative (PM) and Predictive Maintenance program (PdM)

Equipment maintenance and employee safety go together like … well, do they? Absolutely. We will describe the safety hazards that an unplanned equipment breakdown not only poses to operators but also to maintenance personnel, not to mention the damage to your equipment. Additionally, we will provide a step-by-step guild on how to implement a preventative maintenance program to reduce these unscheduled failures. Finally, we will discuss how to grow this program and develop a predictive maintenance strategy that not only improves plant safety but adds real operating efficiencies and dollars to a facility’s bottom line.

Key takeaways:
-Demonstrate a correlation between unplanned emergency breakdowns and injuries.
-Provide an understanding of the nuances of a preventative (PM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) program
-Show measurable cost gains after implementing a PM and PdM program



Speaker bios:
For nearly 20 years, Gwendolyn Arps has demonstrated her passion for safety at a variety of manufacturing companies, holding a Master’s degree in Safety and a CSP designation. She currently works in Loss Control at Acuity insurance.
For over 35 years Mike Schlagenhaufer has worked in a verity of manufacturing industries, implementing maintenance programs using lean manufacturing techniques to reduce unscheduled equipment failures, while driving operational excellence. He now assists Acuity customers with improving operations.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #5

Articulating Your Effective, Intentional Culture!

Lasting effectiveness starts and ends with a well articulated intentional culture ... those 15 to 25 behaviors, when done consistently by every employee, creates consistent success. It's more than core values, but includes the behaviors within them. It focuses everyone on how we do what we do to be successful. You'll leave with a great understanding ... and a Game Plan for accomplishing this vastly mid-understood foundation of your organization's success.

Key takeaways:
1. Why articulating your Culture is important.
2. The "effective" way to do it ... as opposed to what doesn't work.
3. What to do next to make it drive optimum performance.


Speaker bio:
Phil Hauck has facilitated TEC/Vistage CEO Groups for more than 25 years, and before that edited a business technique newsletter. Since early in his working career, he has fixated on why organizations sub-optimize, and why good people make de-energizing decisions. Previously, he worked in retailing and as a Wall Street Journal reporter.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #6

Recruiting and Retaining Talent Through Leadership Development

How do you build an organizational culture based on employee engagement and long-term commitment? How do you attract talented employees into your organization in today’s competitive job market? One way to address these challenges is through leadership development. Leadership development helps engage employees, builds loyalty and increases productivity while showing that you appreciate your employees and are willing to invest in their future. Successful companies are offering a variety of leadership development opportunities at all levels within their organizations. During this session, you will learn how two leading-edge employers are doing just that and how you can accomplish this within your organization.


Key Takeaways:
1.) You will understand the leadership journey: Leading yourself, Leading Others & Leading Processes
2.) Learn how leadership development builds a culture of teamwork and can increase productivity
3.) Identify solutions and resources to plan, manage and execute leadership training within your organization

Speaker Bios:
Renee Butrym is a Corporate Trainer for the Corporate Training and Economic Development Department of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She has taught leadership, Lean, and professional communication classes for this educational institution since October of 2013. She has been instrumental in developing strategies for process improvements for domestic and international Fortune 500 companies such as Shaw Industries, Carpet Call, Teletech International, and ServePro.

Scott Wellens has been with Tyco/Johnson Controls for nearly 4 years as the Operational Excellence Manager and has over 25 years of experience in Process Improvement, Project Management, Engineering and Manufacturing leadership. Tyco/Johnson Controls operates within a safety improvement and process improvement culture. Their culture has led to investing in their senior operators, supervisors and managers through leadership training. The senior employees are embracing Servant Leadership principles with the help of NWTC and their training program.

11:00AM - NOON

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #1

How Manufacturers Can Own Google Search in 2019

Is your website doing its job of attracting business or employment prospects and converting them into qualified leads? Learn how to use cutting-edge SEO tools and strategies, a “content pillar page” approach to website architecture and content strategy, and a continuous improvement approach to website optimization to make your web properties the hardest-working assets in your marketing mix.

Greg Linnemanstons of Weidert Group will discuss how to leverage SEO and develop a growth-driven website design for a holistic approach to owning search results in 2019.

Key takeaways:
1. Develop a high level view of SEO strategies and the implication for websites and content
2. Get introduced to some new tools available to diagnose and improve businesses search performance
3. Understand the basics behind Growth Driven Design, the data-centric continuous improvement approach to website development and optimization

Speaker bio:
Greg Linnemanstons is president of Weidert Group, a nationally recognized inbound marketing firm and Platinum HubSpot partner. Greg is a HubSpot Partner-certified inbound marketing consultant; his experience includes 18 years in corporate marketing and brand management for companies like HJ Heinz and Pillsbury. President of Weidert since 2001, Greg holds a master's degree in marketing and finance from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in economics from Lawrence University in Appleton.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #2

Demystifying Industry 4.0: What Problem are You Trying to Solve?

The technology advances in industry 4.0 can be very beneficial to a business looking to improve metrics like efficiency and productivity. However, before jumping into the revolution headfirst, understanding the problem is paramount. Demystifying Industry 4.0, will focus on how you can frame your initial step into the newest technologies and give your company a way to introduce it in a positive impactful way.

Key takeaways:
1. Understand steps that can be taken to prioritize areas for Industry 4.0 implementation
2. Who should be involved as a company steps into Industry 4.0 technology
3. How to have consistent direction as you add technology to your environment

Speaker Bios:
Lisa:
Lisa works with organizational leaders and owners to achieve their goals and dreams. With more than 20 years of transformation and leadership experience, she advises senior leaders on mission, vision, values, strategy, and goals to effectively execute plans that drive personal and organizational success. Through training, coaching, and problem solving, she enables people to adopt the mindsets, skills and behaviors needed to make change and drive business results.

Sean:
Sean is an experienced continuous improvement leader who is skilled in facilitating Kaizen events and leading Lean and Six Sigma projects. He has worked with businesses of all sizes, with a special focus on serving the manufacturing industry and leading cost and defect reduction efforts. Sean helps clients achieve their business goals through a focus on process improvements.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #3

Disaster Recovery, Crisis Response and Business Continuity: What's your Plan?

A crisis affecting the very survival of a company can take many forms from physical events like tornadoes to explosions, product recalls and employee malfeasance or violence.

What should you do to properly protect your company, your employees and customers against these perils? And how do you respond in the time of crisis? Learn the best practices in crisis preparedness and what to do in the critical first 24 hours of a crisis response. A major crisis can be disruptive, but does not have to be devastating.

Session Focus Areas:

• Understanding the components of a disaster
• Importance of preparedness: Disaster planning and response process are vital to success
• The value of handling the critical first 24 hours properly
• How to identify internal and external partners
• Overview of the restoration process

Key takeaways:
- Understanding the components of a disaster
- Importance of preparedness: Disaster planning and response process are vital to success
- The value of handling the critical first 24 hours properly
- How to identify internal and external partners
- Overview of the restoration process


Speaker bios:
Chris Halverson is the Risk Management Sales Director at M3 Insurance. In his role, Chris works in the field supporting M3's risk management efforts in driving new business and supporting client risk mitigation programs. He works closely with clients to provide safety and risk management services and also develops educational materials and services for internal and external use.

Jeff Christensen is a Client Communications Advisor based in the Madison office of M3 Insurance. In his role, Jeff serves as a strategic partner to the M3 sales and service teams. Working with clients, he assists organizations to develop thorough communication plans which address business objectives, multiple audiences, key messages, and effective tactics and timelines.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #4

Improving Employee Safety and Operational Excellence by Implementing a Preventative (PM) and Predictive Maintenance program (PdM)

Equipment maintenance and employee safety go together like … well, do they? Absolutely. We will describe the safety hazards that an unplanned equipment breakdown not only poses to operators but also to maintenance personnel, not to mention the damage to your equipment. Additionally, we will provide a step-by-step guild on how to implement a preventative maintenance program to reduce these unscheduled failures. Finally, we will discuss how to grow this program and develop a predictive maintenance strategy that not only improves plant safety but adds real operating efficiencies and dollars to a facility’s bottom line.

Key takeaways:
-Demonstrate a correlation between unplanned emergency breakdowns and injuries.
-Provide an understanding of the nuances of a preventative (PM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) program
-Show measurable cost gains after implementing a PM and PdM program



Speaker bios:
For nearly 20 years, Gwendolyn Arps has demonstrated her passion for safety at a variety of manufacturing companies, holding a Master’s degree in Safety and a CSP designation. She currently works in Loss Control at Acuity insurance.
For over 35 years Mike Schlagenhaufer has worked in a verity of manufacturing industries, implementing maintenance programs using lean manufacturing techniques to reduce unscheduled equipment failures, while driving operational excellence. He now assists Acuity customers with improving operations.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #5

Articulating Your Effective, Intentional Culture!

Lasting effectiveness starts and ends with a well articulated intentional culture ... those 15 to 25 behaviors, when done consistently by every employee, creates consistent success. It's more than core values, but includes the behaviors within them. It focuses everyone on how we do what we do to be successful. You'll leave with a great understanding ... and a Game Plan for accomplishing this vastly mid-understood foundation of your organization's success.

Key takeaways:
1. Why articulating your Culture is important.
2. The "effective" way to do it ... as opposed to what doesn't work.
3. What to do next to make it drive optimum performance.


Speaker bio:
Phil Hauck has facilitated TEC/Vistage CEO Groups for more than 25 years, and before that edited a business technique newsletter. Since early in his working career, he has fixated on why organizations sub-optimize, and why good people make de-energizing decisions. Previously, he worked in retailing and as a Wall Street Journal reporter.

11:00AM BREAKOUT SESSION #6

Recruiting and Retaining Talent Through Leadership Development

How do you build an organizational culture based on employee engagement and long-term commitment? How do you attract talented employees into your organization in today’s competitive job market? One way to address these challenges is through leadership development. Leadership development helps engage employees, builds loyalty and increases productivity while showing that you appreciate your employees and are willing to invest in their future. Successful companies are offering a variety of leadership development opportunities at all levels within their organizations. During this session, you will learn how two leading-edge employers are doing just that and how you can accomplish this within your organization.


Key Takeaways:
1.) You will understand the leadership journey: Leading yourself, Leading Others & Leading Processes
2.) Learn how leadership development builds a culture of teamwork and can increase productivity
3.) Identify solutions and resources to plan, manage and execute leadership training within your organization

Speaker Bios:
Renee Butrym is a Corporate Trainer for the Corporate Training and Economic Development Department of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She has taught leadership, Lean, and professional communication classes for this educational institution since October of 2013. She has been instrumental in developing strategies for process improvements for domestic and international Fortune 500 companies such as Shaw Industries, Carpet Call, Teletech International, and ServePro.

Scott Wellens has been with Tyco/Johnson Controls for nearly 4 years as the Operational Excellence Manager and has over 25 years of experience in Process Improvement, Project Management, Engineering and Manufacturing leadership. Tyco/Johnson Controls operates within a safety improvement and process improvement culture. Their culture has led to investing in their senior operators, supervisors and managers through leadership training. The senior employees are embracing Servant Leadership principles with the help of NWTC and their training program.

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

HOT LUNCH BUFFET

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11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

HOT LUNCH BUFFET

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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #1

Aligning HR and Marketing: How to Win at Recruitment and Retention through Marketing and Communication

86 percent of HR professionals agree that the recruitment they're tasked with is becoming more like a marketing exercise. Yet in most companies, marketing and HR have separate lives. When HR and marketing work together, they can see tangible benefits.

In today's tight labor pool, job candidates and employees are vetting you as an employer the same way they're deciding on a purchase - they're asking, "What's in it for me?" Whether you're striving to recruit or retain your top talent, it all starts with internal alignment.

Getting marketing and HR aligned is not a luxury or a nice-to-have on your corporate wish list. It's critical to building a culture that attracts and retains your best people. Learn why and how to get both departments on the same page.

Key takeaways:
-Understand the importance of the job-seeker journey and the messaging opportunists available at each touch point.
-Learn how leveraging key marketing tools can help HR recruit and retain employees
-Explore real ways HR and Marketing can start working together for recruitment and retention success.


Speaker bio:
John Behrens is an associate creative director and lead copywriter at Imaginasium. In his role, John collaborates to develop brand and marketing strategies, positioning and messaging for B2B and B2C organizations, ranging from the small and local to large, international corporations. He is responsible for gaining deep understanding of a client's business goals and unique differentiators, then collaborating with the team to create engaging communication that spurs internal and external audiences to action.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #2

Adaptive Leadership: A Proactive Approach to Positive Results in a Rapidly Changing Business Environment

In today's business climate, leaders who can more readily adapt and change will better position their organizations for sustainable success. This session will offer insight and ideas that leaders at any level can apply to their own unique environments.

Speaker bio:
Dean serves as the executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership in the Schneider School of Business & Economics. Dean earned his BBA from St Norbert College, his MBA from UW-Oshkosh, and his doctorate in education from UW-Stout. His career has spanned both the public and private sector. Beginning in sales and marketing, his path led him into operations and ultimately a number of senior leadership positions with organizations in industries as diverse as information technology, building materials, renewables and higher education.

Key takeaways:
1. the framework and key elements of the Adaptive Leadership model;
2. how Adaptive Leadership is being successfully applied in today's complex business environment; and
3. the implications of adopting Adaptive Leadership principles into their own personal leadership thinking and behaviors.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #3

A Healthy Workforce = Economic Development, Growth and Sustainability

Employers know employee health care continues to be a primary catalyst in attracting and retaining talent, especially in this competitive market. It takes innovative ideas and solutions to help manufacturing companies to advocate for employee good health while also driving employee attraction and retention through cost saving health care models. Learn about how On Target Health and Activate Healthcare team up to help manufacturers give the gift of health and become the employer of choice while creating a healthy workforce to drive economic development, growth and sustainability.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #4

Oh My OVERHEAD! How Overhead Can Erode (or Increase!) Your Gross Margin

Are you looking for another trick in your “lean” tool belt to protect your margins? Gaining understanding of and visibility into your overhead costs may be just the trick you need. It is no easy task to identify or explain all the variable and fixed overhead costs associated with manufacturing. Yet overhead costs do not need to be complex, mysterious or difficult.

Key Takeaways:
1. Identify and understand the drivers of your overhead — what activities drive what costs.
2. Learn how to group your P&L statement by similar activities.
3. Gain a clear understanding of how overhead affects gross margin.
4. Discover ways to use these insights to evaluate pricing and product mix and as an alert to ineffective processes.

Speaker Bio:
Brett is a senior manager on Wipfli’s Manufacturing Management Consulting team, with over 20 years of experience in designing solutions for complex organizational challenges. From improving business process flows to building solutions for manufacturing software systems, his focus has always been to architect solutions that support key business goals. He has led all aspects of operations improvement initiatives and technology implementations, serving as a project manager, business analyst, solution designer, trainer and every role in between.

During this breakout, we will take a real-world approach to looking at overhead to help you gain a better understanding of how overhead can be used to evaluate margins. By using a simple approach to identify what your costs are and how they relate to your operations, you can discover new connections and ways to allocate or trim your costs without using your accounting textbooks.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #5

Getting Started in Automation – Strategies to Evaluate, Prioritize and Implement Automation Projects

As manufacturers struggle with tight labor pools, they are increasingly evaluating automation as a potential solution to increase throughput. Understanding how to rank projects by risk factors is critical to pursuing projects that have a positive business case.

Key takeaways include:
• Why Automation: How Automation can help your growth strategy
• Automation Fits: Cases where Automation makes sense
• Automation Primer: Steps to prepare a culture for Automation
• How to Assess Projects: Risk factors for ranking Automation
• Automation Project Planning: Critical steps for successful implementation
• Long Term Support: Equipment Technical & Cybersecurity considerations

Speaker Bio:
Colin Wilson is a senior consultant with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership with a focus on automation.
Wilson has more than a decade of experience in industrial automation. His roles have included component selection and sizing, field service, applications development for custom equipment, and technical system sales for a component manufacturer.
He has worked with small manufacturers just starting down the automation path through multinational corporations seeking to optimize their value streams.
Wilson is passionate about assisting Wisconsin’s small and mid-size manufacturers in establishing their automation path with a focus on driving productivity, improving quality and addressing labor shortages.
Prior to joining the WMEP, Wilson served as a sales engineer for Lenze Americas Corporation, which specializes in developing motion control solutions. Wilson also worked as a sales and application engineer for Isthmus Engineering & Manufacturing, a full-service engineering firm located in Madison.
A resident of Belleville, Wisconsin, Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #6

ROI of Safety

In many companies, an active safety program is an expense or simply a cost of doing business. Many of the most profitable companies in the country have found that investment in a safety program actually increases their profit margin. This session will cover the many hidden costs of not having a robust safety program along with how modest investment into a safety program cannot only decrease injuries, but add to the bottom line.

Speaker bio:
James Lange is the Department Chair/Safety Training Instructor for Fox Valley Technical College. He has more than a decade of experience assisting companies prevent injuries and controls costs through effective safety programs. He holds a Masters’ Degree in Occupational Safety from SE Oklahoma State University and a Master’s Degree in Management from Silver Lake College. He has received numerous industry awards including the Board of Certified Safety Professionals OHST Award of Excellence.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #1

Aligning HR and Marketing: How to Win at Recruitment and Retention through Marketing and Communication

86 percent of HR professionals agree that the recruitment they're tasked with is becoming more like a marketing exercise. Yet in most companies, marketing and HR have separate lives. When HR and marketing work together, they can see tangible benefits.

In today's tight labor pool, job candidates and employees are vetting you as an employer the same way they're deciding on a purchase - they're asking, "What's in it for me?" Whether you're striving to recruit or retain your top talent, it all starts with internal alignment.

Getting marketing and HR aligned is not a luxury or a nice-to-have on your corporate wish list. It's critical to building a culture that attracts and retains your best people. Learn why and how to get both departments on the same page.

Key takeaways:
-Understand the importance of the job-seeker journey and the messaging opportunists available at each touch point.
-Learn how leveraging key marketing tools can help HR recruit and retain employees
-Explore real ways HR and Marketing can start working together for recruitment and retention success.


Speaker bio:
John Behrens is an associate creative director and lead copywriter at Imaginasium. In his role, John collaborates to develop brand and marketing strategies, positioning and messaging for B2B and B2C organizations, ranging from the small and local to large, international corporations. He is responsible for gaining deep understanding of a client's business goals and unique differentiators, then collaborating with the team to create engaging communication that spurs internal and external audiences to action.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #2

Adaptive Leadership: A Proactive Approach to Positive Results in a Rapidly Changing Business Environment

In today's business climate, leaders who can more readily adapt and change will better position their organizations for sustainable success. This session will offer insight and ideas that leaders at any level can apply to their own unique environments.

Speaker bio:
Dean serves as the executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership in the Schneider School of Business & Economics. Dean earned his BBA from St Norbert College, his MBA from UW-Oshkosh, and his doctorate in education from UW-Stout. His career has spanned both the public and private sector. Beginning in sales and marketing, his path led him into operations and ultimately a number of senior leadership positions with organizations in industries as diverse as information technology, building materials, renewables and higher education.

Key takeaways:
1. the framework and key elements of the Adaptive Leadership model;
2. how Adaptive Leadership is being successfully applied in today's complex business environment; and
3. the implications of adopting Adaptive Leadership principles into their own personal leadership thinking and behaviors.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #3

A Healthy Workforce = Economic Development, Growth and Sustainability

Employers know employee health care continues to be a primary catalyst in attracting and retaining talent, especially in this competitive market. It takes innovative ideas and solutions to help manufacturing companies to advocate for employee good health while also driving employee attraction and retention through cost saving health care models. Learn about how On Target Health and Activate Healthcare team up to help manufacturers give the gift of health and become the employer of choice while creating a healthy workforce to drive economic development, growth and sustainability.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #4

Oh My OVERHEAD! How Overhead Can Erode (or Increase!) Your Gross Margin

Are you looking for another trick in your “lean” tool belt to protect your margins? Gaining understanding of and visibility into your overhead costs may be just the trick you need. It is no easy task to identify or explain all the variable and fixed overhead costs associated with manufacturing. Yet overhead costs do not need to be complex, mysterious or difficult.

Key Takeaways:
1. Identify and understand the drivers of your overhead — what activities drive what costs.
2. Learn how to group your P&L statement by similar activities.
3. Gain a clear understanding of how overhead affects gross margin.
4. Discover ways to use these insights to evaluate pricing and product mix and as an alert to ineffective processes.

Speaker Bio:
Brett is a senior manager on Wipfli’s Manufacturing Management Consulting team, with over 20 years of experience in designing solutions for complex organizational challenges. From improving business process flows to building solutions for manufacturing software systems, his focus has always been to architect solutions that support key business goals. He has led all aspects of operations improvement initiatives and technology implementations, serving as a project manager, business analyst, solution designer, trainer and every role in between.

During this breakout, we will take a real-world approach to looking at overhead to help you gain a better understanding of how overhead can be used to evaluate margins. By using a simple approach to identify what your costs are and how they relate to your operations, you can discover new connections and ways to allocate or trim your costs without using your accounting textbooks.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #5

Getting Started in Automation – Strategies to Evaluate, Prioritize and Implement Automation Projects

As manufacturers struggle with tight labor pools, they are increasingly evaluating automation as a potential solution to increase throughput. Understanding how to rank projects by risk factors is critical to pursuing projects that have a positive business case.

Key takeaways include:
• Why Automation: How Automation can help your growth strategy
• Automation Fits: Cases where Automation makes sense
• Automation Primer: Steps to prepare a culture for Automation
• How to Assess Projects: Risk factors for ranking Automation
• Automation Project Planning: Critical steps for successful implementation
• Long Term Support: Equipment Technical & Cybersecurity considerations

Speaker Bio:
Colin Wilson is a senior consultant with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership with a focus on automation.
Wilson has more than a decade of experience in industrial automation. His roles have included component selection and sizing, field service, applications development for custom equipment, and technical system sales for a component manufacturer.
He has worked with small manufacturers just starting down the automation path through multinational corporations seeking to optimize their value streams.
Wilson is passionate about assisting Wisconsin’s small and mid-size manufacturers in establishing their automation path with a focus on driving productivity, improving quality and addressing labor shortages.
Prior to joining the WMEP, Wilson served as a sales engineer for Lenze Americas Corporation, which specializes in developing motion control solutions. Wilson also worked as a sales and application engineer for Isthmus Engineering & Manufacturing, a full-service engineering firm located in Madison.
A resident of Belleville, Wisconsin, Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois.

1:00PM BREAKOUT SESSION #6

ROI of Safety

In many companies, an active safety program is an expense or simply a cost of doing business. Many of the most profitable companies in the country have found that investment in a safety program actually increases their profit margin. This session will cover the many hidden costs of not having a robust safety program along with how modest investment into a safety program cannot only decrease injuries, but add to the bottom line.

Speaker bio:
James Lange is the Department Chair/Safety Training Instructor for Fox Valley Technical College. He has more than a decade of experience assisting companies prevent injuries and controls costs through effective safety programs. He holds a Masters’ Degree in Occupational Safety from SE Oklahoma State University and a Master’s Degree in Management from Silver Lake College. He has received numerous industry awards including the Board of Certified Safety Professionals OHST Award of Excellence.

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

POWER HOUR

Exclusive hour on expo floor to register for cash and prizes! Bring extra business cards (30+) to participate!

POWER HOUR on the expo floor from to 2 to 3 P.M. During this hour only, there will be music and registrations for giveaways. Participating businesses will have a Power Hour registration box and attention getting balloons. Each give-a-way is worth a minimum of $200. Attendees must drop a business card in the boxes during this hour to qualify. Winners will be announced at the start of the cocktail reception and they must be present to win.
Plus, one winner will be selected to go into the First Business Bank cash cube to grab as much money as possible in a timed contest.

All Prize Giveaways are of $200 value or more – Bring extra business cards for Power Hour to register for great prizes!

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

POWER HOUR

Exclusive hour on expo floor to register for cash and prizes! Bring extra business cards (30+) to participate!

POWER HOUR on the expo floor from to 2 to 3 P.M. During this hour only, there will be music and registrations for giveaways. Participating businesses will have a Power Hour registration box and attention getting balloons. Each give-a-way is worth a minimum of $200. Attendees must drop a business card in the boxes during this hour to qualify. Winners will be announced at the start of the cocktail reception and they must be present to win.
Plus, one winner will be selected to go into the First Business Bank cash cube to grab as much money as possible in a timed contest.

All Prize Giveaways are of $200 value or more – Bring extra business cards for Power Hour to register for great prizes!

3:30 PM

EXHIBIT HALL CLOSES

Teardown begins at 3:30 PM
3:30 PM

EXHIBIT HALL CLOSES

Teardown begins at 3:30 PM

3:15 PM - 3:30 PM

SPECIAL PRESENTATION - Oshkosh Corp.

Upper Level
Sponsored by:

Oshkosh Corp. makes innovative, mission-critical equipment to help everyday heroes advance communities around the world. The company recently unveiled a new corporate brand to better showcase its identity, value and strength. In this session, participants will learn the importance of a strong brand and how a company's brand and culture work together to support business goals.

Speaker bio:
Mr. Brandt is Oshkosh Corporation’s Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. Bryan has been with Oshkosh since October 2016 and leads the company's global branding and communications team, strategy deployment team, enterprise simplification and quality & continuous improvement teams. Prior to joining the Company he spent more than twenty years with Bemis Company, Inc.

3:15 PM - 3:30 PM

SPECIAL PRESENTATION - Oshkosh Corp.

Upper Level
Sponsored by:

Oshkosh Corp. makes innovative, mission-critical equipment to help everyday heroes advance communities around the world. The company recently unveiled a new corporate brand to better showcase its identity, value and strength. In this session, participants will learn the importance of a strong brand and how a company's brand and culture work together to support business goals.

Speaker bio:
Mr. Brandt is Oshkosh Corporation’s Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. Bryan has been with Oshkosh since October 2016 and leads the company's global branding and communications team, strategy deployment team, enterprise simplification and quality & continuous improvement teams. Prior to joining the Company he spent more than twenty years with Bemis Company, Inc.

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS COCKTAIL RECEPTION - Power Hour Giveaway

Upper Level
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS COCKTAIL RECEPTION - Power Hour Giveaway

Upper Level
Sponsored by: