Representatives from manufacturing companies will be coming together June 29 for the Northeast Colorado Manufacturing Partnership (NECOM) Expo, running from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Northeastern Junior College, 100 College Avenue in Sterling. The Expo promotes local manufacturing and brings people together to learn, network and share information vital to the industry's continued growth.
Now in its second year, the NECOM Expo has already become one of the most significant events for Colorado's Manufacturing Industry. In attendance will be a powerhouse of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and decision-makers from both large and small manufacturing companies across Eastern Colorado and neighboring states. In addition, representatives from supply chain partners and vendors will be on hand to offer ideas and solutions.
A variety of sessions will provide valuable information and insights on topics of particular relevance to manufacturers. Representatives from Pinnacol Assurance and MSA, a company that makes products that protect people and facilities will co-chair a seminar on safety. A speaker from the U.S. Patent Office will discuss intellectual property protection and answer your questions.
Representatives from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will make a presentation on building the Manufacturing talent pipeline; Company Week will showcase data trends in Manufacturing and a session by Manufacturer's Edge will show you how to achieve and sustain excellence in your business. The day concludes with a presentation by Sergio Sanchez, Operations Manager of Agri-Inject of Yuma.
The Northeast Colorado Manufacturing Partnership has created this event to unify manufacturers in Northeast Colorado and beyond as they thrive through change and attain personal excellence and success as they continue to pursue growth in their industry. The 2018 NECOM Expo is sponsored by Manufacturers Edge, Pinnacol Assurance and Highline Electric in Holyoke.
Admission is $25 and includes lunch and one drink at the B2B Social. In addition, a few vendor spots are still available. To register, go to www.northeastcoloradomanufacturers.com.