Manufacturing Matters 2018 Small Business Events for Manufacturers

The North American manufacturing industry is poised for growth in 2019 and beyond. Because of this, Canada’s vast supply chain of manufacturers should explore opportunities to scale operations, become more productive, and improve worker skills to support tech innovation. As the industry continues to experience growth, it’s important for businesses and industry leaders to connect and discuss current trends, challenges, and opportunities within the sector.

On October 4, 2018, the Manufacturing Matters 2018 conference will take place at the London Convention Centre in London, Ontario from 7:30am until 12:30pm.

Mentor Works will be participating in the Manufacturing Matters 2018 event. Attendees from the London, Ontario region will receive small business management advice to benefit the long-term prosperity of their organization. Mentor Works’ Bernadeen McLeod will deliver a detailed discussion on government funding programs available to accelerate the growth of general manufacturing organizations.

Manufacturing Matters 2018: Event Details

On October 4, 2018, the London Economic Development Corporation and the London Region Manufacturing Council will be co-hosting the Manufacturing Matters 2018 conference. Ontario-based manufacturers and service providers are invited to attend this half-day event to gain valuable insight from industry leaders, keynote presentations, networking sessions, and opportunities to help grow their manufacturing operations.

Date: Thursday October 4, 2018
Time: 7:30am – 12:30pm
Location
: London Convention Centre – 300 York Street, London, ON N6B 1P8
Registration Cost
: This is a FREE event for manufacturers, but registration is required. Non-manufacturers are invited to attend for a fee of $50.

Register now to attend Manufacturing Matters: October 4, 2018

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Event Hosts

London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC): As the primary economic development agency for the region of London, Ontario, this organization helps business, government agencies, and community partners attract new business investments.

London Region Manufacturing Council (LRMC): An industry-driven council that fosters the growth and development of London’s manufacturing sector, LRMC helps businesses invest in workforce development and supply chain opportunities.

Learn About Canadian Government Funding at Manufacturing Matters

Manufacturers must have a strategic plan to stay competitive in today’s domestic and global markets. During the Manufacturing Matters 2018 event, Mentor Works’ Bernadeen McLeod will be discussing how general manufacturers can integrate funding into their strategic growth plans. Attend this manufacturing event to learn:

  • How to align strategic priorities and prepare for funding
  • When to apply for Canadian government funding
  • Government funding programs for strategic projects
  • Impacts and outcomes required from projects

Ontario manufacturers and service providers can attend this networking event to discuss current industry trends and learn how to access government funding. Register for Manufacturing Matters 2018 today.

Mentor Works Keynote Speaker

Bernadeen McLeod
President and Founder, Mentor Works Ltd.

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 understands the aspects most critical to a successful Proactive Funding Plan™.

She plays to win and recognizes the importance of cash flow and margins. This enables her clients to succeed and access larger government funding wins than otherwise available.

 

Attend Manufacturing Matters 2018

To support continuous growth and development, manufacturing business owners and executives should attend small business networking events. Give your business a boost and get started by registering for Manufacturing Matters 2018.

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Myra Bredin holds a Diploma of Business Marketing at Conestoga College. Her interest in blog writing, social media and event planning makes her excited to be Mentor Works’ Marketing Analyst, where she can use these skills to educate and support Canadian businesses with government funding.

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