Tuesday, May 23, 2023 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Manufacturing a Better Chicagoland

Hosted by the Chicagoland Chamber’s Mid-Market Chicago

Chicago is known for its robust manufacturing sector that produces a wide range of products and components. However, the industry also faces various challenges, particularly in terms of supply chain and logistics. To remain competitive, manufacturing companies in the region are constantly innovating and adopting emerging technologies. Additionally, there is a growing emphasis on research and development, as companies seek to develop new products and services that meet changing customer demands and market trends. These critical solutions have helped sustain the region’s economic strength.

Join the Chicagoland Chamber for an important discussion on emerging trends and their impact on Chicagoland’s manufacturing industry. The conversation will focus on the ways in which manufacturing companies are driving economic growth in Chicago and the opportunities and challenges they face in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.

Bill Pellino

Manufacturing Industry Practice Leader  |  BDO USA, LLP

Jian Cao

Director, Northwestern Initiative on Manufacturing Science and Innovation  |  Northwestern University

Craig Zoberis

Founder & President  |  Fusion/RoboJob-USA

Tony Reinhart

Director of Community & Government Affairs  |  Ford Motor Company


Kiel Ronning

Industry 4.0 Lead  |  John Deere

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Additional Information

Interested in joining the Chamber? Prospective members interested in joining, please contact membership@chicagolandchamber.org.

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John Deere

311 N Green St, Floor 2
Chicago, IL, 60607