GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Stiles Machinery Inc. is pleased to announce that the 2013 Executive Briefing Conference (EBC) will open with a keynote address by Robert Tucker who has been a consultant and speaker for over 25 years.
In the conference’s opening keynote address on Sunday, April 14, global innovation guru and bestselling author Robert Tucker will lead attendees on a guided tour inside the world’s most imaginative organizations. He will present cutting-edge strategies and surprising best practices that leading firms are using to turn innovation into a powerful source of growth, profits and competitive differentiation. Conference attendees will learn unconventional approaches for collaborating with customers and stakeholders to create a culture of innovation.
On Monday morning, Mr. Tucker will lead an interactive session that will provide attendees with six takeaways to help them transform their companies through innovation. The conference continues through lunch on Tuesday with educational briefings, case studies, and plant tours of local manufacturers. The conference will close with an update from renowned economist Alan Beaulieu, whose insights and forecasts have made him a favorite at previous EBCs.
About the Executive Briefing Conference
For ten years the EBC has been asking the questions, “What’s now? What’s new? And what’s next?" The EBC has become the premier venue for 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.
To start a new decade of learning, the 2013 EBC is challenging attendees to be part of creating what’s next. This event promises to have more people discussing solutions rather than asking questions.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit www.stilesmachinery.com/ebc
Source: Stiles Machinery Inc.
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