‘MADE in NJ’ Manufacturing Day offers attendees the opportunity to network, learn, and connect with the information and resources to help these New Jersey businesses thrive. Over the past ten years, this event has grown into the largest manufacturing networking event on the East Coast. For anyone in the industry, every day is Manufacturing Day, but this event provides the opportunity to create awareness for the manufacturing sector, the available career opportunities, and the advanced technologies that are helping to shape the future of domestic manufacturing.
Each year, the ‘MADE in NJ’ Manufacturing Day event brings together over a thousand attendees for networking opportunities, breakout sessions covering topics from Industry 4.0, Cybersecurity, and Supply Chain Management to Workforce Solutions and Women in Manufacturing, and the highly anticipated ‘MADE in NJ’ Manufacturing Day Awards—which recognizes stand-out manufacturing businesses for their innovation and leadership.
Award categories include Manufacturer of the Year (Small, Medium, and Large), Leaders in Life Sciences, Rising Stars Award (Celebrating the ‘Year of Women in Manufacturing’), Innovator of the Year, and the Made in NJ Honor Roll, and award winners will be announced live at the event so that they can be recognized and celebrated by their industry peers.
‘MADE in New Jersey’ Manufacturing Day is the East Coast’s largest industry networking event and offers a great opportunity for exposure in the sector—become a sponsor or walk the floor and reach over a thousand attendees who will be participating in the event and who’ll be visiting sponsor booths throughout the day.
New Jersians can celebrate ‘MADE in NJ’ Manufacturing Day on October 6th with industry leaders and peers, and take part in the day’s events, or businesses can capitalize on exposure to thousands of motivated industry professionals by coming out and speaking up for the industry. Learn more about the event at NJMEP.ORG/MFGDAY.
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