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Made In Ohio: The Coming Manufacturing Supercycle

Made in Ohio: The Coming Manufacturing Supercycle

Made in Ohio: The Coming Manufacturing Supercycle

De-globalization, “reshoring,” and the “Made in the USA” drive is causing a stunning reversal of the long decline of US-based manufacturing. The vast scale of the new investment is even being called a “manufacturing supercycle,” transforming Rust Belt states like Ohio into a breeding ground for hi-tech factory jobs. Manufacturing has long been a mainstay of the Ohio economy, but the state’s current high rate of new development is showing signs of lagging. Part of the issue is labor: there just isn’t enough. Ohio’s labor shortage is leaving factory jobs unfilled and even hampering the ability to build new plants and other key infrastructure. What can Ohio do to attract more young people into lucrative construction and industrial jobs? With Intel, Honda, and many other firms expanding or relocating to Ohio, join us for an in-depth discussion of what the state can do to return to its role as a global manufacturing leader. Featuring Ryan Augsburger, President, The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association, Bill LaFayette, Ph.D., Owner, Regionomics, Daniela Villaca, Human Resources Director, Acoust-A-Fiber, Inc., and Damon Richardson, SVP of Manufacturing, American Nitrile, with Doug Buchanan, Editor in Chief, Columbus Business First.

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Daisie Hobson

Daisie Hobson is a Director at the Reshoring Institute and an engineer with many years of experience in manufacturing and project management.

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