Each year the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association hosts a number of special events to which members and the public are invited. For the convenience of our members and guests, in many cases registration is available online (please scroll down to bottom of page). If you have questions or require additional information, please contact Bill McCourt, Executive Director, Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, by email (email@example.com) or by telephone at 401.751.0160.
SAVE THE DATE: October 25, 2014
for RIMA's 2014 Manufacturing Renaissance Gala
Omni Hotel, Providence
RIMA’S 2014 ANNUAL MEETING
On behalf of RIMA, I would like to thank our sponsors, supporters and all who attended our RI Manufacturing Annual Meeting on May 15th. Congressman David Cicilline opened the meeting emphasizing the importance of the strong manufacturing sector. Speakers included House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, Senate Deputy Majority Leader Roger Picard and Education Commissioner Deborah Gist. The keynote address, 'Building the Manufacturing Talent Pipeline' was delivered by Brent Weil, Senior Vice President of The Manufacturing Institute. We also announced, in conjunction with our partners from makeRI, our participation in the national "Dream It. Do It." program.
Accounting Management Solutions
Atlantic Paper & Supply
Best Practice Energy
The Business Development Company
Community College of RI
New England Institute of Technology
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems
Workforce Performance Solutions
The Allied Group
Bank of America
Batchelor Frechette McCrory Michael
Beacon Mutual Insurance
Edwards Wildman Palmer
Express Employment Professionals
Freedom National Bank
Guill Tool & Engineering
Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co.
Materion Technical Materials
Prophet Share, Inc.
RI School of Design
USI Insurance Services
RIMA'S 2013 MANUFACTURING RENAISSANCE GALA
On behalf of RIMA, I would like to thank our sponsors, advertisers and all who attended our RI Manufacturing Renaissance event in October. It was an evening of tremendous conversation and great fun. During the night we had a chance to recognize the terrific work of Beth and Kevin Cunha at the Center for Dynamic Learning in Providence; Briar Dacier from Davies Career & Tech High School in Lincoln; and, the founding members of the Manufacturing Skills Initiative for RI. The work being done to encourage our youth to explore careers in manufacturing is absolutely wonderful.
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