Mon, Apr 13|
Restarting Michigan: A Conversation with Brian Calley
Time & Location
Apr 13, 2020, 11:37 AM EDT
About the Event
It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has caused a disruption in many key industries, but the state and country will restart and being prepared will be essential for the economy to rejuvenate. The Michigan Manufacturing & Technology Association (MMTA) is hosting Restarting Michigan: A Conversation with Brian Calley, President of the Small Business Association of Michigan (SBAM), to prepare Michigan’s small manufacturers for the green light.
The facilitated conversation will focus on the following key areas:
- Recommendations from state leaders to restart Michigan
- What restarting means for manufacturers
- Unique opportunities and challenges for manufacturers
- How manufacturers can prepare to reopen
- Available resources for manufacturers recovering from COVID-19, such as SBAM, funding, labor, OSHA, etc.
Registration is required to attend the virtual Zoom meeting on Thursday, April 23 at 10:00 AM.
“It’s essential that our state’s small manufacturers are prepared for the changes that lie ahead and we want to be there to help navigate them. This virtual meeting will give us the platform to share relevant, timely, and valuable information with our manufacturers, while allowing them the to ask questions of their own,” said Jennifer Deamud, Executive Director of MMTA. “As the former Lieutenant Governor and state lawmakers, Brian Calley earned a reputation as one of the sharpest minds on tax policy, and issues impacting business,” she added.
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The Michigan Manufacturing and Technology Association (MMTA) was founded to champion, serve, and advocate for Michigan’s small manufacturers. More importantly, it provides services that drive solutions that will make manufacturing in Michigan the most competitive and prosperous in the nation. For more information or to become a member, visit mimfgmatters.org.