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May 23, 2005
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Innovation and Sustainability Focus of Second in Series of Governor's Manufacturing Workshops
Thursday, June 9 Workshop Will Show State's Manufacturers How to Take the Next Step
The second session of the Governor's Manufacturing Leadership Series workshop will be held at on Thursday, June 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Red Blazer Restaurant on 72 Manchester Street in Concord.
Organized by Governor John Lynch, three separate day long workshops designed to address the current needs of the state's manufacturers are being hosted by the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NH MEP) in coordination with the NH Division of Economic Development. The goal of the workshops is to empower local manufacturers with techniques to overcome challenges and seize the opportunities presented by global markets.
The June 9 workshop focuses on achieving sustainability in a competitive manufacturing market, and embracing technological and organizational changes and advances for New Hampshire manufacturers. Presenters include Dr. Bob Hosford, a nationally recognized expert in organizational development and Zenagui Brahim, director of operations of the NH MEP who will present a new approach in assisting New Hampshire small and medium-sized manufacturers implement innovative and affordable manufacturing methodologies and techniques.
Spots are still available for local manufacturers who would like to participate in the workshops. For more information or to register online, go to www.nhmep.org or contact Cathy Doty of the NH MEP at 603-226-3200.
WHO: NH Manufacturers
Representatives of NH MEP, DRED
WHAT: Governor's Manufacturing Leadership Series
WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Red Blazer Restaurant
72 Manchester Street, Concord
The Governor's Manufacturing Leadership Series is sponsored by the NH MEP, New Hampshire Division of Economic Development, Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire, New Hampshire High Tech Council, New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, the Knowledge Institute, and the Workforce Opportunity Council.