RIMA’s Annual Breakfast & Meeting 2018 to be Held at Twin River Event Center on May 9th

The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association (RIMA), an organization dedicated to connecting Rhode Island manufacturers with the resources needed to compete and grow, is hosting their annual Breakfast & Meeting at Twin River Event Center on Wednesday, May 9th.

The Breakfast & Meeting will host a variety of noteworthy special guests and speakers, including Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello, Lt. Governor Daniel McKee, and Fulcrum ConsultingWorks’ President & CEO Rebecca Morgan as the day’s Keynote Speaker. Speaker Mattiello and Lt. Governor McKee will be touching on various economic and education related issues they feel is pertinent to RI manufacturing. Rebecca Morgan has managed operations strategy for some of the leading manufacturers in the U.S., including Avery-Dennison, VitaMix, and Moen. Having over 35 years of manufacturing related speaking experience, Ms. Morgan will be discussing why and how manufacturers should consider advancing technology in creating the future they seek. For more information on Rebecca and FulcrumWorks, you can visit their website at http://www.fulcrumcwi.com.

“We’re excited to give our existing and new members another great opportunity to network and meet with other manufacturers,” says RIMA Executive Director, Dave Chenevert. “It’s imperative that we continue to provide opportunities like this so that our RI manufacturers can stay up-to-date on the latest news on our manufacturing sector.”

The event will take place on Wednesday, May 9th from 7:30AM to 10:00AM at Twin River Event Center on 100 Twin River Road, Lincoln, RI. Breakfast and coffee will be served.

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To learn more about the event – and to register, visit http://rimanufacturers.com/event/annual-rima-breakfast-meeting.

For information on sponsorship opportunities, please email Tarah Warner at tarahandzachary@tmwproductions.biz.

About RIMA

The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association (RIMA) is a 501c(6) organization formed in 1997 to serve as the unified voice of Rhode Island’s manufacturers. As an advocate for strengthening and growing Rhode Island’s manufacturing sector, RIMA engages with government leaders, academic institutions and likeminded organizations to improve the business climate, connect manufacturers with available resources, and facilitate opportunities to create new jobs and business opportunities in the Ocean State. For more information on RIMA, visit www.rimanufacturers.com.