Webinar – The Future of Manufacturing: Implications for Supply Chains


The Future of Manufacturing:
Implications for Supply Chains

Facilitator: Jayson Myers, President & CEO, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
Air Date: May 18, 12-1 pm EDT
Price: General rate: $75 + applicable taxes.
CCLPs & CITT students: FREE
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Jayson Myers, CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, will reveal the critical changes he thinks are transforming Canadian manufacturing—and will talk about what they mean for supply chain management. This is a live, must-attend webinar for everyone who operates in supply chain logistics and wants to:
– Identify the trends affecting manufacturing and supply chains
– Assess the risks these trends introduce to the SCL operating environment
– Participate in an open Q&A with Mr. Myers
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About the facilitator:

Jayson Myers, President & CEO, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

Jayson Myers is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Canada’s largest industry and trade association and principal Canadian partner within the Enterprise Europe Network.  He is also Chair of the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, a coalition of 52 industry associations that speak with a common voice for Canada’s manufacturing sector.

He is Chair of the Enterprise Canada Network, a network of private and public sector agencies to identify qualified leads for technology partnership opportunities for small Canadian businesses.  He is also Vice-Chair of Canada’s Roundtable on Workforce Skills and of the Ontario and Great Lakes Manufacturing Councils.

Mr. Myers is a well-known economic commentator, and is widely published in the fields of Canadian and international economics, technological and industrial change.  He is an advisor to Canada’s Minister for International Trade, Minister of Industry, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, and the Canadian Border Services Agency.  He sits on the boards of Auto21 and ReMap Canada (national centres of excellence for automotive and electronics research), Era-Can+ (a network dedicated to promoting Horizon 2020 opportunities in Canada), and the Canadian National Committee for Eureka

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