The American Mold Builders Association (AMBA), Indianapolis, Illinois, announced its final programming line-up for AMBA Conference 2022, which will once again bring industry leaders to the forefront as they share the best practices that have helped them tackle today’s challenges.
Set to take place at The Westin Northwest in Itasca, Illinois, from May 11 through 13, this year’s annual event will inspire mold manufacturing professionals to embrace the conference theme of “Shifting the View.” Connection opportunities will abound for mold manufacturers that are ready to engage with peers and unite as a community to tackle pressing industry challenges, communicate best practices and take a fresh look at how seemingly persistent challenges can become opportunities for growth and positive change.
Keynote speakers in this year’s event include Clint Pulver (How Trust and Unity Create Transformational Change), Jeremiah Sinks (Be a Leader, Not a Boss) and Alyson Van Hooser (Stories, Not Statistics: Where Authenticity and High-Performing Teams Converge).
Keynote presentations will be complimented by general session addresses from Omar Nashashibi, The Franklin Partnership, who will provide an advocacy update of activity in Washington D.C., and a supply chain-focused industry panel moderated by Laurie Harbour, Harbour Results. In addition to these sessions, over 20 mold manufacturers and other industry professionals will present new technologies, processes and leadership strategies during two breakout tracks centered on business strategies and process efficiencies.
“We have faced over two years of continuing industry-wide challenges, but with recurring, persistent obstacles come opportunities for innovation and transformation, and that’s what it’s all about in Itasca this year,” explained AMBA Conference Director Kym Conis. “What the AMBA community does best is connection within the industry – and when people connect, they discover new ways of doing business that can take their management, their culture and their company success to the next level.”
Nearly 200 mold manufacturing professionals are expected to meet in Itasca at AMBA Conference 2022 for this event. For more information, visit www.AMBAconference.com.