Month: March 2019

Getting Left Behind by Digital Manufacturing?

by Omar Imambaccus The digital manufacturing revolution or Industry 4.0 (I4.0) is the latest in a long line of major disruptions in the manufacturing sector. In the past, we called these major disruptions “industrial revolutions”. With each revolution came skepticism and resistance. Yet, as firms began embracing disruptive technologies – steam power, electricity, computers — …

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Funding to Grow Your Manufacturing Business Webinar

On Wednesday, April 10, Mentor Works is partnering with the Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) to host a complimentary webinar for those interested in learning more about how to drive productivity and scale growth with Canadian government grants. This webinar will provide content suitable for manufacturers and exporters with investment growth plans. During the Funding …

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DUKE Careers – Manufacturing Connections Event

“DUKE Careers- Manufacturing Connections is a one-day education and industry engagement event for job-seekers, businesses, and professionals in the ‘food and furniture’ manufacturing sectors. The event aims to dispel employment myths, generate solutions for ongoing attraction and retention issues and explore opportunities for building rewarding careers in the ‘food and furniture manufacturing’ sectors.” Find details …

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Gender inclusion and diversity toolkit

CME’s Gender and Diversity toolkits were created to build awareness and start a conversation about Women in Manufacturing so that everyone involved in the manufacturing sector feels that they can take action to help make the manufacturing more gender inclusive. The toolkit is made for manufacturers, by manufacturers. It is open source and, provides a …

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