Neal Asbury to be Keynote Speaker at the South Florida Manufacturers Association 50th Anniversary Meeting

Neal Asbury will be the dinner keynote speaker at the South Florida Manufacturers Association 50th Anniversary Meeting on September 27th, 2010.

This year’s meeting is entitled “Made in the USA and Here to Stay” and it is sponsored by Florida Power and Light. The meeting will focus on preparing for the expansion of “Top Line” that follows several years of cost cutting. It will provide manufacturers with the building blocks to weather the recovery process and turn “actionable items into increased market share.”

The annual event which commemorates the South Florida Manufacturers Association’s 50th anniversary will be held at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club & Convention Center in Coral Springs, Florida.

SFMA’s meeting will be divided into two sessions. The first session includes opening remarks from Executive Director of SFMA, Tom Kennedy, CPA, followed by Author and Strategist John Spence’s presentation on “Turning Ideas into Action”, and the “Building Blocks for Recovery” panel discussion.

The second session will feature a presentation by Dr. Altig, Sr. VP and Director of Research for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, on “Federal Reserve Forecast”, the “Thriving Through Tough Times” CEO forum, and an interactive Manufacturers Expo.

The event will conclude with a dinner during which the SFMA will recognize Bill Dover, the original incorporator of the association, and celebrate 50 years of collaboration with FPL. To commemorate the occasion, Neal Asbury, CEO, radio talk show host, author, and manufacturer will deliver an invigorating presentation about entrepreneurship and free trade.

“Made in the USA and Here to Stay” will allow south Florida manufacturers to converge and learn about business strategies, discuss market issues, and connect with colleges. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge necessary to transition from recovery to prosperity.

Entire SFMA Annual Meeting Program

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