Businesswoman examining graphs with other working people on backgroundWith the global marketplace constantly changing, your competition is looking for ways to serve customers faster and better with less cost. An upcoming Northwest Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) program will help manufacturers evaluate opportunities for their companies to get ahead, whether it’s identifying strengths and weaknesses, evaluating new markets for sales, or engaging employees in continuous improvement. The program, Focus on Manufacturing: Opportunities for Business Improvement, will be held on April 28 from 8-11am at the Pampered Palate Conference Center in Saegertown. Discussion will include: 1) enhancing your culture of continuous improvement, 2) assessing quality at a grass roots level, 3) determining key metrics to monitor success, and 4) improving business operations with new planning tools, technology, and best practices. After the program, each company can schedule a free 10-minute ‘discover’ CoreValue Assessment and walk-thru Continuous Improvement consultation. Presenters are Frank Coppola, CEO and Matt Coppola, President, both of Coppola Enterprises, along with Susan Hileman, NWIRC Strategic Business Advisor. Cost for the program is $25 and includes continental breakfast.


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