CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

This year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Covering a range of topics – from the changing dynamics of talent attraction to planning for organizational growth – the event will highlight every-day pain points with real-life examples and preparation tips for the coming changes of 4IR. Rather than talk about high-level concepts, each presenter at PivotPoint will share real-life examples and actionable takeaways that can help improve organizational performance for attendees. Join us!

“PivotPoint is an incredible opportunity for manufacturers to come together and learn, ask questions, and talk through issues with peers and knowledgeable experts. I appreciate the range of topics each year, quality of speakers, and actionable takeaways.”

– Matt Williams, Process Engineering Manager, ROL Ergo

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2019

8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Goei Center in Grand Rapids

Tickets: $35 To purchase, please click here.

2019 Speakers
  • Too Small to be Big, too Big to be Small – A Personal Look at Guiding a Growing Business – Steven Brenneman, CEO, ATC Trailers
  • The Pros and Cons of Buying vs. Leasing a Facility. What’s Right for You? – Andrew Galardi, Vice President Commercial Banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Talent Requirements are Changing. What Can You do to Plan for the Future? – John Tucker, Director of Human Resources and Michigan Manufacturing Association’s 2018 Talent Champion Award Winner, PTM Corporation 
  • Master planning for Success in the Face of Uncertainty – David Shull, Industrial Practice Leader, Progressive AE
  • David Carlson, Manufacturing and Automotive Practice Leader, Marsh – Turning Risk into Opportunity
  • Gordon Stannis, Partner, TwistThinkA Time to Innovate

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