10/15/2019

PODCAST: AMBA Chicago Shares Its Strategies for Success in Workforce Development

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Members of the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA) Chicago Chapter discuss the chapter’s workforce development strategies and more.

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On this episode of the Manufacturing Alliance Podcast, co-host Tony Demakis and MMT Senior Editor Cyndi Kustush sat down with Chuck Klingler, vice president of sales at Janler Corp. and current chair of the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA) Chicago Chapter, and Francine Petrucci, president of B A Die Mold Inc. and past Chair of Chicago AMBA.

 

Podcast with American Mold Builders Association Chicago Chapter

 

 

Listen as we discuss five successful years of the chapter’s Education Committee, its Supplier Night fundraising event and how members are working together to generate interest in and, ultimately, the next generation of workers for the moldmaking industry.

 

 

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