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President of MAC Products, Eddie Resnow, talks about how moving from commodity or catalogue manufacturing to custom solutions allowed them to expand and the benefits of a family owned business.
Keith Smith, CEO of Vonco, talks about how reinventing their sales process led to unlocking new business opportunities in the field of medical manufacturing.
Colin Grabow of the Cato Institute discusses why the state of manufacturing in America may be stronger than you think. Learn why American deindustrialization is a myth and how the role the government plays in it all.
Chad Moutray, the Chief Economist of The National Association of Manufacturers talks about the state of the industry, supply chain issues, getting younger generations involved with manufacturing, and looking ahead to 2024.
Lloyd Brown, Director of Sales and Marketing at Marlin Technologies, discusses how building custom solutions leads to establishing long term relationships with their customers and the impact of supply chain disruptions have on the auto manufacturing industry.
Achyut Dhakal, the Senior Vice President of Information Systems with Luxury Brand Partners discusses his unique position in distributing beauty products through high end salons and the role technology plays in building brands in the industry.
Randy Reed, CEO of ABC Polymer discusses the transition from being a wholesaler to selling directly to their end customers and how this enabled the business to expand and control their own destiny.
Alan Baer of OL USA discusses the changing supply chain landscape and the impact of Tariffs on overseas manufacturing, as well as logistics challenges facing manufacturers.
Isaac Hetzroni, CEO of Imprint Genius, talks about his approach to producing more creative merchandise and coming up with better ways to source products for merchandising.
Graham Stewart, founder of Fibre52, discusses how their new eco-friendly, sustainable dying methods are upending the textile industry by providing a faster and more efficient dying process.