Call for Speakers: National Manufacturing Week 2005

Do you have an idea, an innovative solution, a unique application, or a success story that would benefit your colleagues in the manufacturing industry? Share your special skills and unique insights with your peers by participating as a speaker in the National Manufacturing Week 2005 conference program.

06/10/2004


Do you have an idea, an innovative solution, a unique application, or a success story that would benefit your colleagues in the manufacturing industry? Share your special skills and unique insights with your peers by participating as a speaker in the National Manufacturing Week 2005 conference program. National Manufacturing Week takes place March 7-10, 2005, at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

We are looking especially for candidates who are discrete and process manufacturers. End-user organizations with recent and successful experience implementing innovative business strategies and technologies are encouraged to participate as well.

Requests to speak should be designed to complement topics as they relate to the manufacturing community. Presentations should be non-commercial and focus on practical, application-oriented information. Quality of papers and relevance to current industry issues are among the determining factors for acceptance.

Click here to submit a proposal by completing our on-line form , or contact Mike Critser by email at mcritser@reedexpo.com

Act now! The deadline is June 27 , 2004





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