SPE presents a series of four roundtables based around diversity, equity, and inclusion in manufacturing.
Co-located at Informa’s Advanced Manufacturing Events regional trade shows (except for the virtual January event) with pavilions for plastics, packaging, automation technology, medical design and manufacturing, and design engineering and manufacturing.
The purpose of this event is to begin an industry-wide dialogue around DEI issues. Attendees will hear how top private and public companies are fostering DEI throughout their organizations. Learn to raise awareness, recognize personal bias, change your company’s culture, increase supplier diversity, explore the benefits of creating a more inclusive manufacturing environment, and more!
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In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.Martin Luther King Jr.