November 10, 2015
by Matt Powell, Associate Editor
Although manufacturing may be down, it’s certainly not out, but Canadian companies and policy makers are facing some complex and multi-faceted challenges.
That was the message at an early September meeting of the minds in Toronto, hosted by the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey Business School, which included a panel of sector leaders and advocates. The discussion, moderated by Paul Boothe, director of the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management, included Robert Hardt, president and CEO of Siemens Canada, part of the global industrial products company; Linda Hasenfratz, CEO of Linamar Corp., a global auto parts manufacturer based in Guelph, Ont.; and Jayson Myers, president and CEO of CME.
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