CME’s Women in Manufacturing 2021 Symposium is now entirely virtual! The symposiums agenda will include two and a half days filled with professional development sessions, roundtable discussions on important topics, and inspiring keynotes. All while engaging and interacting with peers through social and networking events. On top of all of that, the sessions that take place throughout the event will be available on-demand following the conference!
SESSIONS AND SPEAKERS
As a judge on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, Manjit Minhas shares business lessons with equal parts force and finesse. An entrepreneur herself, Minhas runs the 10th largest brewery in the world—worth a whopping 187 million dollars. Her unprecedented success in a male-dominated field demolished stereotypes, surprised competitors, and cleared a path for entrepreneurs of every age and gender. In talks, she distills the hands-on lessons of her success, showing audiences how they can embrace change, defy expectations, and incentivize disruption.
Recapture your enthusiasm, reconnect with your mission and re-imagine a vision for the future.
Expand your skills and deepen your understanding with insights and advice from mentors and experts.
Grow your brand, invest in your career and map out next steps in your manufacturing journey.
- Experience three keynote presentations from industry leaders and motivational gurus.
- Choose from five highly interactive workshops to enhance your skills and learn techniques and strategies to help build personal growth.
- Get inspired as the symposium revolves around five industry presenters sharing their stories. The presentations are organized into three learning streams. Presenters from manufacturing, public and service sector organizations will share lessons learned, provide learning moments and best practices for attendees to take away.
WHO CAN BENEFIT
Women (and the men who support them) who are navigating their way through their manufacturing careers—whether it be on the shop floor, in the C-Suite, or anywhere in between. Women who are exploring future careers in the manufacturing industry will also benefit.