At this year’s Manufacturing Lobby Day in Albany, participants will be networking, addressing specific policy issues and topics that impact the State’s manufacturing sector, and influencing Albany legislators through Lobby Visits.
The morning session on March 3rd will be held at the Fort Orange Club and will include networking, and a legislative update. The morning session will be followed by legislative visits at the Capitol. The event will conclude in the afternoon with a keynote address and working session.
Join us on May 21st at the SRC Arena and Events Center from 5 - 9 PM as we celebrate manufacturing!
This event also features our annual award ceremonies for the Manufacturers Wall of Fame and Innovator of the Year award. We will also honor member companies celebrating milestone anniversaries in 2020.
Event registration will open late-January 2020.
This council consists of individuals responsible for growth within their organizations. Professionals from sales, marketing, product development, and research and development are typically members.
The purpose of the Continuous Improvement Council is to share best practices in the field of structured improvement programs (TPS, Lean, Lean/Six Sigma-DMAIC, PDCA, TOC…) and to bring in subject matter experts for the benefit of all participants. Continuous Improvement Leaders, Quality Managers, Manufacturing Managers and anyone interested in keeping ahead of the competition will enjoy this council.
This council is not only for those who currently export or import, but is designed to also help companies that are considering exporting and importing. Through benchmarking tours and educational sessions, these events will help reduce the fear of expanding growth by accessing new international markets. This council will help you stay informed on the changing horizon.
This council consists of those who are responsible for the direction and coordination of manufacturing activities within their companies as well as professionals interested in the systems of a manufacturing facility. This council primarily consists of facility tours.
This council is for those individuals who are responsible for finance activities within their companies.
This council is for HR professionals from member companies. As a core constituency of MACNY, HR professionals have the oldest of the Councils. This council hosts experts discussing the ever changing technical and regulatory environment affecting human resources.
This council is made up of professionals engaged in safety, health, and/or environmental issues at their firms. This council hosts experts in the latest ESH regulations and systems.
Created for technology professionals and executives interested in the use of technology, the Technology & Innovation Council provides seminars and opportunities for sharing best practices. It is also a forum for learning about emerging technologies affecting manufacturers.