CUSBA - Canada U.S. Business Association - May 6, 2014 "RE-SHORING" - Luncheon

RE - SHORING: Can Mid-Market Companies Bring Manufacturing Back Home ? CUSBA - Canada U.S. Business Association Luncheon Tuesday, May 6, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EDT) Detroit , Michigan
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DETROIT - April 11, 2014 - PRLog -- FOR RELEASE: Detroit, Michigan April 11, 2014.

CUSBA - Canada U.S. Business Association is pleased to present a Luncheon Event on Tuesday May 6, 2014 on:

RE-SHORING - " Can Mid-Market Companies Bring Manufacturing Home ?”

The Luncheon Event will be held onsite at the College for Creative Studies, A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education, on the top floor in the GM Auditorium, 485 Millwaukee Avenue, Detroit , Michigan from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. Tickets: CUSBA Members $ 50.00 + fees and GENERAL PUBLIC      $ 65.00 + fees. Online Ticket Sales Only through our secure site at:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/re-shoring-can-mid-market-companies-bring-manufacturing-back-home-tickets-10990104699?aff=eorg

Since the 1990's and early 2000’s global organizations have been moving manufacturing OFF-SHORE based on the "Low Cost Country Model." But today 34 % of the Mid-Market to Large Companies in North America and Europe are looking at: Re-Shoring some operations back home to “Rebalance Global Manufacturing” while leaving some operations to serve the growing offshore Asian markets. The potential economic impact of RE-SHORING on North America could be adding $ 20 to $ 55 Billion in output back into the domestic economy with the creation of 1 Million Jobs in a new manufacturing renaissance in the next decade. Is it time for you and your company to take a fresh, hard look at Manufacturing in North America just like: Apple, Caterpillar, Electrolux, Ford, General Electric, Motorola, NCR, Regal, Stanley, Whirlpool and others are doing in 2014 ?

CUSBA's Guest Speaker is Mr. Kevin Barrentine,  Director, Deloitte CRG. Kevin Barrentine brings the FACTS & DATA to the GLOBAL RE-SHORING QUESTION with expertise on the subject matter as well as more than 20 years of experience developing and implementing global operational improvement plans, advising and collaborating with organizations on change management,  restructuring and reorganizations for numerous manufacturing companies. He holds a  B.A., University of Arkansas.

CUSBA has also made special arrangements with Shinola Detroit LLC the new Detroit based manufacturer of watches, bicycles, leather goods, and journals with their headquarters and manufacturing facility located directly inside the College for Creative Studies at the luncheon site to provide an OPTIONAL PLANT Tour to the first 80 Ticket Holders.

Do not want to miss this unique opportunity to hear from a Leading Authority on RE-SHORING MANUFACTURING, the optional plant tour of Shinola Detroit LLC as well as an opportunity to see the College for Creative Studies and the historical A. Alfred Taubman Center. Free Parking is available for event attendess in the Woodward Avenue Parking Lot located at the corner of Baltimore and Cass Streets.

EVENT SCHEDULE Tuesday May 6, 2014 :
(Registration 11:10 am to 11:45 am  Lunch & Presentation 11:45 am to 1:30pm)

Further Details: www.cusbaonline.com

The CUSBA Board of Directors would like to recognize the kind sponsorship for this event by: GOLD LEVEL: The Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, SILVER LEVEL: TransCanada and IN-KIND:Shinola Detroit LLC.

Contact
Colin McKillop - CUSBA Board of Directors
***@cusbaonline.com
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Tags:Re-shoring, Right-Shoring, Manufacturing, Global Supply Chain, Made In America
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