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Manufacturing Week 2016



New Hampshire Manufacturing Week kicked off on October 7, 2016 at New England Wire in Lisbon, NH where Governor Maggie Hassan read the proclamation recognizing NH Manufacturing Week.

One important part of Manufacturing Week were visits by high school, middle school and community college students to local manufacturers to learn about what is made in NH and the career opportunities NH manufacturing offers. During the week of October 7 – 14, there were 48 schools and 55 manufacturers that participated in 1,842 visits to local manufacturers, and hundreds more visited local community colleges and NH Career and Technical Centers (CTE).

The week culminated with the 14th Annual Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing and High Technology Summit. The Summit took place on October 13, 2016 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, New Hampshire. It was a great event with inspiring guest speakers, practical educational sessions and opportunities to network. Over 275 senior executives from manufacturing and representatives from the state, industry, educational organizations attended the Summit.

Manufacturing Week 2016 Photos (Click on Image to Enlarge)

Photos from NH Manufacturing Week Kick-Off and Governor's Proclamation

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Maggie Hassan
Governor of NH
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Wendell Jesseman
Chairman of New England Wire Technologies
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Zenagui Brahim
President of NH MEP
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Jeffrey Rose
Commissioner of the Department of Resources and Economic Development


Photos from 14th Annual Governor's Advanced Manufacturing and High Technology Summit

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Mark Godfrey
NH MEP Chair, Strategic Planning Committee
and Chairman of Felton, Inc.
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Jeffrey Rose
Commissioner of the Department of Resources and Economic Development
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Maggie Hassan
Governor of NH
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Kelly Ayotte
US Senator of NH
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Keynote Address – “Design Thinking and the Future of Innovation”
David Morgan
President and CEO of NH Association for the Blind
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Luncheon Panel Session – “Advancing Technology for New Hampshire Manufacturers”
(Left to Right) Zenagui Brahim – President of NH MEP, Brad Kinsey – Chairman of Mechanical Engineering and Physical Sciences at University of New Hampshire and Interim Director of the John Olson Advance Manufacturing Center, Dr. Charles Zercher – Interim Dean, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at University of New Hampshire, John Olson – Executive Vice President, Whelen Engineering Co.


Photos from NH Manufacturing Week School Visits to Manufacturers

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