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Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance’s 2016 Manufacturing Day Summit

The Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance’s 2016 Manufacturing Day Summit is October 6th, 2016. This Summit will bring together hundreds of forward thinking manufacturers from across the state to share best practices, network, and develop new business This year’s Speakers include:

alexAlex Chausvosky – Senior Analyst, ITR Economics; brings his industrial manufacturing and economic forecasting experience.


Slade Gardner — Internationally recognized leader in technology and strategy in advanced manufacturing and materials; shares his knowledge from his years with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in the Skunk Works division.


Michael Potts – Managing Partner, Advanced Wave Partners; shares with you the tips to develop a strategy that leverages your team to tackle long term challenges.jeff

Jeff Carney – Managing Director, Franklin Covey; provides the tools to successfully implement the strategy with a presentation on the Four Disciplines of Execution.

kqv-main-imageKathleen Quinn Votaw, CEO of TalenTrust, will share how she is helping companies like yours revolutionize their HR management to help you find, keep, and grow great people to advance your business.


And there is so much more.  But you need to register today!  REGISTER HERE and plan on joining other manufacturers at this year’s Summit.

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Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (CAMA) is committed to working with students to rebuild the workforce pipeline. CAMA has created programs formed around students to help educate them on different opportunities in the manufacturing industry. There are many positions including engineering, marketing, sales, maintenance, product managers, finance, machinists and more. Click here to view our video, or to find out more about how CAMA is creating these opportunities click on Workforce Development.


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