You name it — from sandpaper and sticky paper to heart pacemakers and supercomputers, with a whole lot of cars, trucks, boats, snowmobiles, 3D printers, hearing aids, wheel chairs, specialty glass, windows, semiconductors and thermostats in between, Minnesota is a state where stuff gets made.
What does the future hold for Minnesota manufacturers — and for the state’s economic well-being? Which are the new up and coming companies that get investors excited? What are the issues top of mind with business leaders?
Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 20, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at Solera, 9th and Hennepin, for hearty appetizers, cash bar, and a lively panel discussion on the future of manufacturing in Minnesota, moderated by Brad Allen, MinnPost business and economics reporter.
Panelists will include Tom Stinson, Minnesota State Economist; Ben Marks, Chief Investment Officer of Marks Group Wealth Management; and manufacturing executive Lawrence Doerr, Senior Vice President of R&D and Operations for Stratasys. This program is co-sponsored by MinnPost and Marks Group Wealth Management.
Tickets are $15 for MinnPost members and young professionals, $25 for others. Click here to reserve your space.