GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Guests attending the 12th consecutive Executive Briefing Conference (EBC), scheduled for April 6 – 8. 2014 in Englewood, Colorado, will have the opportunity to gain insight into the future of our industry through world-class speakers, plant tours and case studies.

Since 2002, the EBC has been a platform for leaders across many industry segments to come together, share ideas and learn. EBC is a valuable experience for all influencers, company decision makers, including executive management, financial decision makers, plant managers, engineers and more. Any individual in a leadership role will walk away from EBC with valuable knowledge and practical tools to improve business practices and long-term strategies. For EBC 2014, an exciting agenda continues to unfold. Included are the following:

Speaker/Company and Topic
Cam Marston, Generational Insights, Keynote Speaker: Leadership Skills for Employment Retention and Development
Judy Wolgast, jwolgast designs, Featured Presenter: Keeping Creativity Alive: The Role of the Designer
New North Center, Interactive Presenters: What Skilled Workers Need to Know
Alan Beaulieu, ITR Economics: Succeeding in the New Economy
Tom Julia, Composite Panel Association: Panel Industry Updates
Art Raymond, AG Raymond: 3D Printing: The Future of U.S. Manufacturing
Gary Wernlund, Stiles Machinery: Learning to Benchmark Your Manufacturing
Plant Tour: Premier Eurocase
Plant Tour: High Country Millwork
Informative Case Studies

Registration is now open for EBC 2014. More information and registration detail can be found at

The event is highly affordable at $1,295 which includes hotel accommodations for two nights, meals, conference and airport transportation. New in 2014, companies registering more than two attendees are eligible for discounted fees.

The EBC has become the premier venue for key manufacturers to network and explore new ways to succeed. By providing strategic and practical information that addresses manufacturing challenges, the EBC provides a forum to find out about new technologies and discover opportunities in a non-commercial environment. For more information and to register for the conference, visit For additional information, please contact Diana Turner at 616.698.7500 x 1241 or [email protected].

Source: Stiles Machinery

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