INDIANA'S LEADING ADVOCATE FOR INDUSTRY
Join us on February 19, at 10 a.m., to hear from Indiana government leaders and IMA staff regarding legislation being considered during the 2021 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Members attend for free. We are accepting sponsorships in 4 categories - Title, Gold, Silver and Patron. There are only 3 Title Sponsor spots available. Title sponsorship allows a representative from the sponsoring company to introduce a portion of the program. See sponsorship levels, benefits and pricing at the event website. We'll also be hosting a Virtual Exhibit Hall, which can found on the website as well.
Visit our 2020 Manufacturers Hall of Fame Virtual Exhibit Hall and interact with vendors and learn about their company/services! The hall will be open thru 12/31/2020 for your convenience!
Click HERE or on the image below!
IMA's Workforce Initiative
Indiana Federation for
Advanced Manufacturing Education
Learn more at www.indianafame.com
The Indiana Manufacturers Association’s initiative, INFAME, is driven to assist manufacturers throughout Indiana in developing their own personalized programs to ensure a pipeline of well-qualified and educated workers for the next generation. INFAME is your one-stop resource for building your future workforce from the ground up.
Transforming Indiana’s manufacturing workforce to ensure the economic success of the manufacturing industry.
INFAME will work closely with educational institutions to establish and endorse programs and curricula that develop the skill-sets students need for Indiana’s manufacturing jobs.
2020 Indiana Manufacturing Survey Now Available
The results are in from the 2020 Indiana Manufacturing Survey: COVID-19 Special Edition. They reveal that in a year of unpredictable outcomes and business projections, the manufacturing industry took a hit early in the COVID-19 pandemic but is bouncing back to end the year strong. The survey garnered responses from more than 100 Indiana-based manufacturing companies and found 93% of respondents think their business will survive the impact of the pandemic.
Survey respondents cited many reasons for survival. Chief among them were the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and adaptation of business practices – diversifying supply chains, closing operations, accelerating automation changes, implementing social distancing, limiting outside visitors, requiring face masks, and more. To see the full results of the survey click here or on the image above.