• Kentucky Manufacturing Innovation Conference

    October 24, 2014 | The Lexington Center | Lexington, Ky

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Introducing the Kentucky Manufacturing Innovation Conference

The Kentucky Association of Manufacturers and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce have come together to host the first Kentucky Manufacturing Innovation Conference. This one-day event is designed to bring the state’s manufacturers together to discuss, share and learn about cutting edge manufacturing innovations and technologies that can help increase productivity, improve quality and add to the bottom line. The conference is an initiative of BEAM, the Bluegrass Economic Advancement Movement, a partnership among the mayors of Lexington and Louisville and the Brookings Institution.

Materials Lightweighting
3D Printing
Big Data
Advanced Welding
24/7 Culture of Innovation

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Opening Keynote:
David C. Chavern

Executive Vice President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
President, Center for Advanced Technology & Innovation

David C. Chavern is executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and president of the Center for Advanced Technology & Innovation (CATI). Under Chavern’s leadership, the Chamber launched CATI in 2014 to expand engagement with high-tech industries on policy development, regulatory issues, and international opportunities and challenges and to represent the interests of technology companies. Through advocacy, research, events, and partnerships, CATI seeks to unleash entrepreneurship and technology development in high-tech centers across the nation. Read more.

 Hear from leaders in manufacturing innovation

Conference presenters are some of the top, forward-thinking voices in manufacturing innovation from Kentucky and the nation. They work for companies currently using and perfecting advanced manufacturing. They’ll share their insights on working smarter, faster and leaner so that you too can take advantage of innovative technology and create your own solutions.

Who Should Attend?

Executive staff
Plant Managers
Production Specialists
Design Engineers
Trainers of advanced manufacturing techniques and anyone in manufacturing interested in increasing the efficiency, productivity and profitability of their company.


Kentucky Association of Manufacturer’s (KAM)


Kentucky Chamber Member






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