Manufacturing in America 2017 March 22-23 Detroit Marriott

FARMINGTON HILLS – Regional manufacturing technology company Electro-Matic Ventures, Inc. in collaboration with global engineering and electronics giant, Siemens, once again presents the Midwest’s premiere technology event, Manufacturing in America, March 22-23 at The Marriott in Detroit. We invite you to join over 2500 manufacturing executives, engineers, and enthusiasts to learn about the newest technologies, share best practices and ideas, and be a part of advancing the future of manufacturing.

Manufacturing in America provides a unique atmosphere for attendees and exhibitors to network with other experts, within their respective fields. With over 40 exhibitors, Manufacturing in America naturally creates an interactive learning experience for both attendees and exhibitors to showcase their latest ideas and happenings.

This year Manufacturing in America will provide over 100 seminars that features four main learning tracks: Automation and Controls Engineering; Drives and Motion; Energy and Facilities Management; Plant Engineering and Maintenance. The mix of hands-on and traditional seminars gives attendees a unique perspective on how digitalization is changing all areas of life.

You won’t want to miss the keynote speaker this year during the Wednesday mornings Summit Event. Josh Linkner, a 4-time tech entrepreneur, hyper-growth CEO, NY times best-selling author, venture capitalist and keynote speaker on a mission to drive creativity, innovation, and reinvention, is this years keynote speaker. Linkner has founded and been the CEO of four tech companies, which sold for a combination of over $200 million. Linkner is a top-rated keynote speaker that brings the perfect balance between energizing and practical.

Finally, enjoy our much-anticipated networking receptions. Each night, enjoy live entertainment along with beverages and hors d’oeuvres while you find yourself networking with some of the most intelligent people in your industry. Take the opportunity to see the hands-on products exhibits, learn about the technologies, and meet and share ideas.

There is no charge for admission to Manufacturing in America or any of its events, courtesy of Electro-Matic and Siemens, but registration is required. Check out the event on

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