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SAVE THE DATE – TUESDAY MARCH 27 – CAMM TORONTO CHAPTER SKILLED TRADES AND HARBOUR RESULTS

SAVE THE DATE 

TUESDAY MARCH 27, 2018

Jonathon (CAMM), Rod Jones (OMLC), and Rawle (IMTT) & James Murphy from HRI  (See below Bios)

RSVP – info@camm.ca by March 24, 2018

 

TOPIC/S

  1. How can we fix the problem that we will face with the gap that will occur within the next 5-8 years, when the vast majority of our highly skilled trade employees retire.  Come and hear what CAMM is proposing….. BUT more importantly we NEED your input.

 

  1. Harbour Results, Inc. (HRI) offers operational and strategic advisory expertise and proprietary assessment programs to equip mold makers for the economic and customer obstacles that cannot be predicted. Partnering with small to large-sized tooling suppliers, HRI analyzes a company’s operations compared to its competitors, identifies existing gaps, develops a roadmap to correct those gaps and implements a sustainable transformation process to achieve success. The company was founded in 2005 by seasoned industry analyst Laurie

Light snacks and beverages will be served

WHERE:

Athena Automation has graciously offered its offices as a venue for this meeting to take place, as well as a tour of their state-of -the-art facility.

Address:

372 New Enterprise Way, Vaughan, ON L4H 0S8.

Google Maps link:

https://goo.gl/maps/kuskkLFhG3S2

TIME

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

 TENTATIVE AGENDA

 3 – 3:15 WELCOME AND NETWORKING

3:15 – 3:30 INTRODUCTION OF AGENDA/GUESTS

3:30 – 4:30  panel on Skilled Trades with a Moderator

4:30 – 5:00 Question Session

5:00 – 5:30  Harbour Results

5:30- 5:45 Questions

5:45 – 6:00 Close of session and tour of Athena

 

Bio’s

 

Rod Jones, B.Eng, MBA:  Rod is currently Managing Director of the Ontario Manufacturing Learning Consortium (OMLC) that delivers work-based learning to help advanced manufacturing companies bridge their skills gaps in entry to mid-level skilled positions – quickly and efficiently with low risk and low cost.

He was previously (2014 – 2017) Senior Industry Advisor – Aerospace at Global Affairs Canada, providing strategic guidance for Canada’s Trade Commissioners around the world.

From 1995 to 2014, Rod was the Executive Director of the Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC), the industry association for Ontario’s aerospace sector.

He is an experienced executive whose expertise is focused in strategic management, business development, marketing, project management and government relations.

 

Jonathon Azzopardi  President of Laval International Tool, Chairman of Canadian Assoc of Moldmakers and a Board Member of Automotive Parts Manufacturing Assoc.

 

James Murphy is a Manager for Harbour Results, a boutique consulting firm in Detroit, focused on small manufacturers. In this role, James manages market research projects, develops junior analysts, leads on-site consulting engagements, and has responsibility for Harbour Results’ analytical offering, Harbour IQ. The majority of James’ work revolves around the automotive tooling industry, however, several of James’ clients have more of an emphasis on aerospace, heavy truck, and powersport. Using forecast data for these industries along with economic indicators, James helps small manufacturers develop capacity plans that lead to robust growth and improved profitability.”

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