Breakfast Seminar – How to Capitalize on the Booming Automotive Industry!
May 3 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
REGISTER: HOW TO CAPITALIZE ON THE BOOMING AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY!
ACCELERATING THE GROWTH OF AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURERS
- Understand the key trends impacting the automotive tool and die industry today.
- Get a clear picture of what the future holds for the North American automotive industry.
- Learn about operational and business best practices successful tool and die shops are using.
- Discover how to integrate government funding into automotive business’ strategic activities to assist cash flow planning.
With a record number of vehicles expected to be sourced in 2017, the North American automotive tool and die industry should expect to be busy for the next 18-24 months. This keynote will help operational leadership better understand the trends and market forces that impact the automotive industry as well as the keys to capitalizing on the booming industry.
If you are looking for best practices on the operations or the sales planning side this event will provide you the foundation needed to optimize your throughput and profitability while avoiding a future potential trough that can be often times associated with automotive tool and die.
Speaker Profile: James Ricci, Chief Technology Officer of Harbour Results, Inc.
James is the CTO of Harbour Results, Inc., where he is part of the executive team that runs the company as well as provides operational and financial expertise to clients to help deliver results that impact their bottom line. With more than 20 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, quality and supply chain focused on implementing lean and process improvement initiatives, developing and executing operational turnarounds, developing
manufacturing strategies and performing competitive benchmarking. He is focused on helping small-to medium- sized manufacturing companies improve near- and long-term performance.
Speaker Profile: Bernadeen McLeod, Founder and Owner of Mentor Works Ltd.
Bernadeen operates Mentor Works from Cambridge, Ontario with clients across Canada. Bernadeen worked in the corporate arena for 18 years as an executive and general manager in the manufacturing sector. With considerable expertise in government funding, both on a federal and provincial level, Bernadeen has secured grant funding as well as low interest loans for SME owners in Southern Ontario. She likes to play to win, and understands the importance of cash flow and margins. She enables her clients to succeed through her passionate belief that there are no boundaries or limits to what can be achieved.