Accepting Registration for 2018 “Made in the Inland Empire” Summit

Accepting Registration for 2018 “Made in the Inland Empire” Summit

Above: Speaking on a panel at the Manufacturing Summit were (l-r): Dorothy Rothrock, California Manufacturers and Technology Association; Roy Paulson, Paulson Manufacturing; Flynn Sears, Goodyear Rubber Company, Paul Granillo, Inland Empire Economic Partnership; and Todd Boppell, National Association of Manufacturers.

Ontario – The Manufacturers Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) has issued an invitation to all local manufacturers to display their products with other manufacturers at its annual summit. 

The 2018 exhibit—“Made in the Inland Empire”—is focused on two goals. First, it seeks to demonstrate the skills and products of local companies, and secondly, it hopes to educate the public about what Inland Empire manufacturers can produce. 

Every company that registers for the exhibit will be provided two free tickets to the event. In addition, participants will be provided a four-foot space to exhibit their products. Those interested can register online at http://mfgcouncilie.com/ made-in-the-inland-empire. 

Over the last six years, the MCIE Summit has served as an excellent forum for local businesses to network with each other, as well as with educators and vendors. In addition, participants enjoy the benefit of learning from speakers who are leaders in their industries. 

Since its inception six years ago, participation in the MCIE Summit has grown. Participation in the 2018 Summit is expected to exceed all previous years. Event planners hope to attract more than 600 attendees next year. 

MCIE supports and provides education on manufacturing topics to manufacturers, employees, students, and the community. According to MCIE, it serves as a strong, unified voice when communicating with regional, state, and national entities on issues impacting the region. It also works to help manufacturers find solutions for issues that include, “employment and training, research, regulatory compliance, import and export and funding.” 

The 2018 Manufacturers Summit is scheduled for Thursday, February 15, 2018, from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Ontario Convention Center, 2000 E Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA. 

Tickets are available online a https://www. eventbrite.com/e/7th-annual-manufacturers-summit-thursday-february-15-2018- tickets-38810452107.

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