MM2 Banner GraphicsLive Conference, Spring 2022, April 29th, 2022
Hyatt Regency Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Early Bird Pricing Extended! Due to the date change of the conference, you can still take advantage of Early Bird Pricing through February 15th. 

COST: Manufacturer – $200, Non-manufacturer – $400

To discuss the limited available sponsor opportunities, please email Tammy Schwarzbauer or call her at: 920-915-2582.
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MM Conference Opening Gathering


This premier manufacturing industry conference takes place at the Hyatt Regency in Milwaukee this spring, with a Celebration of Wisconsin Manufacturing reception the evening prior to the conference. View the conference agenda HERE.

The recent manufacturing environment has certainly been bumpy, leading manufacturers to react to rapidly evolving situations, and make mid-course adjustments. And most agree this bumpiness is likely to continue into the foreseeable future.

A key challenge for manufacturers today is to thrive rather than just survive these turbulent times. With that in mind, “Thriving Through Turbulence” is the theme for Manufacturing Matters! 2022.

The conference will focus on highlighting the practices of manufacturers who are thriving through this turbulent environment, as well as sharing expert insights into what organizations can do going forward to be more resilient and adaptive to change.

Two keynote speakers, and 12 sessions in 4 tracks are featured in this year’s conference.

Confirmed Sessions Include: 

  • People

    • Alignment: Increasing Executional Speed and Impact.
      Christine McMahon, Principal – McMahon & Associates

    • Front Line Leadership in Turbulent Times: Providing leaders the tools they need to succeed.
      Ed Egan, Learning & Performance Coach – Double E Workplace Solutions

    • Winning the War for Talent: Manufacturers who are bucking challenging workforce trends.
      Moderator: Joe Brown, Human Capital – Service Line Lead – WMEP Manufacturing Solutions

  • Leadership

    • Unraveling the Workforce Crisis.
      Dennis Winters, Chief Economist – Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

    • Leveraging Sales, Inventory & Operations Planning (SIOP) to Manage During Turbulence and Uncertainty.
      Carol Crawford, Sr Consultant, WMEP, Kevin Kaszubowski, CPA, Controller, Lake Country Manufacturing
      Sarit Singhal, President & CEO, SSR

    • Management Matrix – Resurrections.
      Christian Wolcott, Principal, Semoto Inc

  • Improvement/Automation

    • Plant Floor Security Challenges. How Industry 4.0, IIoT, and connected manufacturing systems create new cybersecurity challenges.
      Scott Singer, Cybernines; Pete Ensch, WEM Automation

    • Increase Productivity with Automated Material Handling.
      Mark Bogazcyk, Ellis Systems; TBD, MUL Technologies

    • Discover Hidden Profitability Within Your Business.
      Rob Kane, Wipfli

  • Innovation

    • De-Risking Innovation: Choosing Where and How to Allocate Capital to Make Growth Predictable.
      Derek Johnson, CEO – Aurora WDC

    • Scaling Operations to Support Medical Diagnostic and Care Products During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
      Christian Herrild, Director of Growth; Joe Dietsch, Chief Operating Officer

    • The Sales Funnel is Dead! It’s time to bring an intelligent approach to building a qualified pipeline of prospects.
      Mark Coronna, Founder and CMO – The Practical CMO

Act now,
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