Manufacturing's Next Chapter

February 7, 2013
Washington, DC, District of Columbia

On February 7 in Washington, D.C.,The Atlantic hosted a full-day program focused on all aspects of the manufacturing sector. Featuring interviews and panels with industry leaders, top government officials and economic experts, the program covered topics ranging from the impact of technology on industry to workforce development and competitiveness abroad.

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Writing America's Next Manufacturing Chapter: Designing A New Compact Between Firms, Workers,
Communities & Government, with Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE
 
Respondents

For a full transcript of Greg Ip's interview with Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE, CLICK HERE

Manufacturing & Jobs in the Next American Economy: A Post-Partisan Dialogue on Immigration, with
Senator Michael Bennet, Senator John McCain, and Senator Amy Klobuchar

For a full transcript of this interview with Steve Clemons and Senator Michael Bennet, CLICK HERE

For a full transcript of this interview with Steve Clemons and Senator John McCain, CLICK HERE

Welcome Remarks

 
Headline Interview: Jay Timmons, President & Chief Executive Officer, National Association of
Manufacturers
 
America's Real Economy: No Nonsense Overview of U.S. Manufacturing and High-Wage Job Creation
 
Keynote Remarks: Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA)
 
Revitalizing the Workforce: Education & Training That Matters
 
Designing the Future: the Effects of Technology on Industry
 
What Advanced Manufacturing Requires to Keep Advancing
 

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LOCATION: The Newseum Knight Conference Center, Sixth Street Entrance555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

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