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Building from a successful event in Minneapolis, WMMA is pleased to announce that its 3rd Annual Regional Networking & Education Meeting will be held in Boston, Massachusetts! Boston is another key location for industry-related companies. This is a great opportunity to bring together both members and prospective members for in-person committee meetings, educational sessions, plant tours and, of course networking!
|Monday, September 30|
Membership Development Committee
Public Policy Committee
Technical Standards Committee
Group Dinner for All Board & Committee Members
|Tuesday, October 1|
International Business Development Committee
Javier Holschneider, an active distributor of woodworking machinery in Mexico who has partnered with a number of WMMA member companies will be a featured speaker during the IBDC meeting held at the Regional Meeting in Boston. Javier will talk about the Mexican marketplace for woodworking machinery, the Mexican economy, and how sales/distribution work in Mexico. Learn more about the upcoming (January 22-24, 2020) WMMA Pavilion at MEM Industrial in Mexico City and HOW TO PARTICIPATE
The IBDC meeting is open to all Regional Meeting attendees.
Networking & Education Session
Housing Trends: Demographics, Construction metrics, Inventory and Forecasts presented by Robert Dietz, Chief Economist for the National Association of Home Builders
Housing affordability challenges are a major headwind for home construction activity. In this economic forecast presentation, Dr. Robert Dietz, Chief Economist of NAHB, will provide an overview of economic and housing market conditions with an eye on the future of residential construction. He will review macroeconomic factors affecting housing demand, industry-level detail on supply-side headwinds that are limiting construction sector growth, and detail NAHB’s economic forecast including future actions of the Federal Reserve and the possibility of future downturn. Robert will also explore policy issues that affect housing supply and demand, such as the ongoing labor shortage. A question and answer session will follow.
Boxed lunches will be available at the end of this session
Departure for Facility Tours: Meet in hotel lobby
Group reception and dinner
|Wednesday, October 2|
Board Meeting (with working breakfast & lunch)
Board Members Only, Please
500 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
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The support of sponsors allows us to ensure that the Regional Networking Meeting is the most valuable and enjoyable experience possible for attendees. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please contact Diane Schafer at 443-640-1052 x108 or firstname.lastname@example.org