Attendees at the Oklahoma Conference on Manufacturing on Sept. 26 have a chance to meet and chat with Gus Whalen. He’s one our country’s most compelling advocates for manufacturing and will kick off the morning session with a dynamic presentation.
His talk relates the real-life evolution of The Warren Featherbone Company, founded in 1883. Crisis has helped reinvent the company and he paints a larger picture of corporate transformation. This includes adapting to change, innovation, and investment in people. Of particular interest to Gus is manufacturing, philanthropy, and education, which he believes can work together to help strengthen communities across America. It’s a lesson that will resonate with all Oklahoma companies.
Read more about Gus and the other speakers here: Keynote Speakers Information
If you haven’t registered yet, do it today. The one-day conference is set for September 26 at the Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills. Online registration is easy. Just follow the link at here:
You’ll also find a tentative agenda for the day’s events.
Registration is just $95 per person and includes lunch.
With a plethora of workshops, you’ll walk away with loads of new ideas on how to grow business and make operations more efficient and profitable. And one luck attendee will walk away with a new Apple iPad at the end of the day!