February 26th (pre-conference) & 27th, 2020
Early pricing is in effect until January 25th!
Manufacturers – $300 (savings of $95 over full price)
Non-Manufacturers – $525
The manufacturing landscape is exciting and filled with many
opportunities and challenges. Its dynamic nature favors
companies that proactively change with the times.
With that in mind, “Focus & Go” is the theme of our upcoming Manufacturing Matters! 20/20
Conference at the Hyatt Regency in Milwaukee, which will be held on February 27, 2020.
There will be 6 tracks with 3 sessions in each one to choose from.
“Focusing” helps prioritize your time, talent and resources and increases your likelihood of success. Just as important is acting or “Going” once you have zeroed in on solutions.
Steve Brown, a futurist who is CEO of Possibility and Purpose, will help us understand these emerging possibilities during his keynote address at our Manufacturing Matters! 20/20 conference.
An energetic speaker, author, strategist, and advisor with more than 30 years of high-tech experience. Steve is the former futurist and chief evangelist at tech giant Intel Corporation.
Steve is passionate about helping people imagine and build a better future. Whether talking about the future of work in a post-automation world, doing a deep dive on artificial intelligence, or discussing the future of flying cars, he inspires his audiences to think beyond the current status quo and to reimagine their businesses, and their lives, for the better.
Steve speaks and writes in plain language on how continued advances in computing will intersect business, cultural and human trends to create both new opportunities and new challenges. He has been featured on BBC, CNN, Bloomberg TV, ABC News, Wired, WSJ:Digits, CBS, and many other media outlets.
Steve earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in Micro-Electronic Systems Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. Born in the United Kingdom, Steve became a U.S. citizen in 2008.
We hope you can join us at our 20/20 Manufacturing Matters! Conference, and we invite you to take advantage of Early Bird Pricing at a conference that is sure to sell out. Conference Location:
Hyatt Regency Milwaukee Atrium
333 West Kilbourn Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 53203
Manufacturing Matters! Pre-Conference Workshops on Wednesday, February 26th
Celebration of Wisconsin Manufacturing Reception – Presented by WMEP Board of Directors – This reception is a must to attend! The reception will be held in the Hyatt Regency’s Atrium from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and is a fantastic opportunity to network, preview sponsor exhibits and enjoy refreshments.
Secrets of Successful Negotiations – Presented by Christine McMahon – This is a half-day workshop from 8:00am to 12:00pm. Continental Breakfast is included. Cost is $150 per person. You can register for the workshop only by clicking Here or include it as an additional optional session along with your registration to Manufacturing Matters! by clicking Here.
How Your Digital Brand is Impacting Talent Attraction – This is a two-hour workshop from 10:00am to 12:00pm. Light refreshments will be served. Cost is $75 per person. You can register for the workshop only by clicking Here or include it as an additional optional session along with your registration to Manufacturing Matters! by clicking Here.
Winning the War for Talent – This is a two-hour workshop from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Light refreshments will be served. Cost is $75 per person. You can register for the workshop only by clicking Here or include it as an additional optional session along with your registration to Manufacturing Matters! by clicking Here
2019 Sponsorship Opportunities were sold out, contact us for your chance to support Manufacturing Matters! 2020!
Here is what our sponsors have to say:
“Great prospects for us and great conversations with attendees”
“We will be back next year, in 2019, in 2020! As long as you keep doing this, we will be there.”
“The Attendee list is very strong”
“This is a GREAT event, with rich content”
“The traffic was strong at our booth”
“The quality of the people exceeded my expectations”