The goal of this podcast is to talk with people within the U.S. Manufacturing space who are helping to grow and change the way that we do business. It is also to bring a new perspective on industrial technology, manufacturing strategy, and inspiration to an expanding market letting the world know we are here to stay.
The Manufacturing Alliance: Leadership Comparisons in Sports and Business with Ross Bernstein
This episode of the Manufacturing Alliance is all about finding success through leadership and traits associated with it. Whether you are on the field or in the corporate world there are common denominators for success. Ross Bernstein, a gifted motivational speaker and the author of over 50 books, joins Tony to discuss what it means to be a captain and a leader.
Manufacturing Day 2021
Today's show may sound a little different, however, it is still all about the heart and soul of US manufacturing.
Hear from Tony Demakis, Nicole Wolter, and the team at HM Manufacturing, Inc. as they discuss the importance of manufacturing in the United States.
Find out more about HM, job training, job shadowing, making and accepting change, and decising to pursue the trades rather than formal 4-year education.
Conversation with Greta Salamando, Project Coordinator at the Chicago Chapter of the AMBA
Throughout this episode of The Manufacturing Alliance Podcast, we will be discussing the trials and tribulations of hiring new employees (and retaining them!), building out the manufacturing pipeline, the importance of in-house training, and last but not least, the AMBA Supplier Night!
Conversation with Martin Baumann, the VP/GM at MAAG Group Americas
MAAG develops and manufactures polymer processing equipment such as melt pumps, filters, and pelletizer. Martin's previous employers include Husky Injection Molding Systems and EREMA, leading suppliers of plastic recycling equipment.
Tune in as we discuss recycling in the Plastics Industry, talent development, making manufacturing attractive to the next generation, and Marketing for manufacturers throughout this episode of The Manufacturing Alliance Podcast!
Conversation with Chandler Slavin-Bond, CMO of Dordan Manufacturing, Inc.
Dordan conducted bio-based/compostable/etc. plastic R&D and Life Cycle Analysis packaging modeling to provide its customers with tools for investigating sustainable packaging solutions. As the CMO, she is responsible for producing relevant content that reinforces Dordan's brand as a thought leader; generating inbound leads for her sales team.
Tune in for talk about sustainability, marketing, and Bad Dad Jokes!
Conversation with Dana McCallum & Paul DiLaua of Mantle
On this episode of The Manufacturing Alliance Podcast, Dana, the VP of Sales, and Paul, the Chief Commercial Officer, will be discussing Mantel's latest contribution to 3D printing; a 3D Metal Printing System.
Mantle is changing the way we think about 3D metal printing!
Tune in to see what Mantle is building and how this new technology is changing the game forever!
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A valuable resource!
Whether you’re just getting started in the manufacturing world or already well-established in your career, there’s much to be learned from this podcast! Each episode features engaging interviews packed with actionable tips, insights into the state of the industry, and personal stories of success and failure. Conversation topics range from from sustainability, to marketing, talent development, consumer change, technological innovation, and more. Love the live format to get real time feedback from the listeners. Highly recommend tuning in!
A nice combo of education and entertainment
I really enjoyed listening to the first episode. Tony did a good job with his interview and the quiz at the end is what made the show unique and fun for me. Look forward to the next show!
Listened to Episode 68 and 65. Not at all what I expected, more of personal vanity show than useful info. 68 was absolutely the worst podcast I listened to in recent memory. 65 was some what better. Manufacturing content was what I wanted, not a show that is personal auto-biography of the host and guests 90% of the time. Please focus better and tighten things up.