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San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative May 7, 2015 2015 Manufacturing Summit San Joaquin Valley Presented by Merced Community College District

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May 7, 2015 2015 Manufacturing Summit San Joaquin Valley Fresno Convention Center Hosted by San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY MANUFACTURING CLUSTER

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Welcome! We are excited you have joined us for the 2015 Manufacturing Summit - San Joaquin Valley. This Summit is the culmination of efforts on behalf of regional manufacturing companies, with a focus to bring manufacturing jobs to the San Joaquin Valley. We hope to meet your expectations for this year’s event. We have striven to showcase the success stories of firms here in the Central Valley. Indications we received from our partners from throughout the eight counties we serve have driven the content of our program, which will highlight the great successes as well as address the needs of our region. We also have taken into account the requests from manufacturers and from attendees, to find ways that fill the needs of the manufacturing community. We want to give special thanks to all the partners, sponsors, vendors, and the planning committee for putting together this Summit. Because of everyone’s efforts, the program is rich with exciting sessions and information. We encourage you to take part in all sessions that peak your interest and welcome any suggestions for improvement in next year’s Summit. Best wishes for a wonderful day!

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 PROGRAM SCHEDULE | 7AM THROUGH 11:15AM 7am Exhibits Open, Lower and Upper Levels Registration Breakfast EXHIBIT HALL II 8am Welcome, Recognitions, Introductions Mike Dozier, Executive Director, Office of Community & Economic Development Congressman Jim Costa, California's 16th District 8:30am Keynote Address Christopher Thornberg, Beacon Economics 9am 10am UPPER LEVEL | ROOMS 2000-2004 Breakout Session One GROUP 1| ROOM 2001-2002 Tapping into the Technical Workforce Pipeline: Reduce Your Engineering Costs and Gain a Valuable Employee GROUP 2| ROOM 2000 National Overview of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing GROUP 3| ROOM 2003-2004 Advancing Manufacturing Part 1: LEAN - Getting Rid of the Weight Break 10:15am UPPER LEVEL ROOMS 2000-2004 Breakout Session Two GROUP 1| ROOM 2001-2002 Building Your Partnership Pipeline: From High School through Post-Secondary GROUP 2| ROOM 2000 Business and Economics of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing GROUP 3| ROOM 2003-2004 ERP, CRM, the Cloud and Big Data San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 PROGRAM SCHEDULE | 11:15AM THROUGH 3:30PM 11:15am EXHIBIT HALL II Welcome Back, Recognitions, Introductions Mike Dozier, Executive Director, Office of Community & Economic Development Supervisor Henry R. Perea, Fresno County Board of Supervisors Lunch Keynote Address Paul Menig, Tech-I-M Exhibits Open UPPER LEVEL | ROOMS 2000-2004 1pm Breakout Session Three GROUP 1| ROOM 2001-2002 Regional and State Networks: Support Systems for California Manufacturers GROUP 2| ROOM 2000 Real-world Applications (and Integration) of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing GROUP 3| ROOM 2003-2004 Advancing Manufacturing Part 2: Six Sigma -- Consistently Weighing In 2pm Break 2:15pm Breakout Session Four GROUP 1| ROOM 2001-2002 Manufacturing Training & Education GROUP 2| ROOM 2000 Leveraging Workforce Resources & Funding to Increase Performance and Profitability GROUP 3| ROOM 2003-2004 What Your Company Should Know About Exporting 3:15pm Closing Ceremony Exhibits Open through 3:30pm San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Christopher Thornberg, Founding Partner, Beacon Economics, LLC Christopher Thornberg is widely considered to be one of California’s leading economists. An expert in economic forecasting, regional economics, labor markets, economic policy, and industry and real estate analysis, he was one of the earliest and most adamant predictors of the sub-prime mortgage market collapse and of the global economic recession that followed in 2008. Dr. Thornberg serves on the advisory boards of Paulson & Co. Inc., one of Wall Street’s leading hedge funds, and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Southern California’s largest not-for profit business federation. Between 2008 and 2012, he served as chief economic advisor to the California State Controller’s Office and was chair of Controller John Chiang’s Council of Economic Advisors. Paul Menig, Founder and CEO, Tech-I-M As an intrapreneur at Daimler, Eaton, and General Electric, Paul Menig has spent his entire career leading teams to create, develop and support high-tech products for multiple industries. His teams have worked on breast scanners, cardiac monitors, self-guided bombs, nuclear reactors, programmable logic controllers, sensors, semiconductor processing equipment, radar systems, engines, transmissions, brakes, telematics and human interface devices. Through experience, Menig has learned Savvy Technology - the right technology at the right time applied properly, creates powerful results. Menig graduated from MIT with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering; he did post-graduate work at Syracuse University and Marquette University. Over the years, he has participated in numerous trainings programs, in all aspects of business leadership and management. Michael E. Gerber, Author, Entrepreneur Michael E. Gerber is the author of the mega-bestseller “The E-Myth Revisited” and five other E-Myth books concerning small business and entrepreneurship. Inc. Magazine calls him “the World’s #1 Small Business Guru” -- the entrepreneurial and small business thought leader who has impacted the lives of millions of individuals and hundreds of thousands of companies worldwide for over 40 years. Gerber is now on a mission to bring economic development strengths and capabilities to millions of people around the world by awakening the new entrepreneur within them. His one-of-a-kind entrepreneurial incubator called The Dreaming Room: Design, Build, Launch & Grow™, is now being led throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 1 9am - 10am Group 1 Tapping into the Technical Workforce Pipeline: Reduce Your Engineering Costs and Gain a Valuable Employee ROOMS 2001-2002 Find out how your company can leverage its engineering budget, get projects completed, preview prospective employees, and connect with university resources at Fresno State. Walter Mizuno, director of the University Center to Advance Manufacturing (UCAM), and Nell Papavasiliou, director of the Valley Industry Partnership for Cooperative Education (VIP), will give backgrounds of the programs and then turn the discussion over to a panel of participating companies and current and former students. Hear directly from other businesses how they have benefited by engaging with technical students and faculty. MODERATOR Mike Betts, CEO, Betts Company PANELISTS John Marr, Lean Operations Manager, Betts Company Walter Mizuno, Director, University Center to Advance Manufacturing Nell Papavasiliou, Director, Valley Industry Partnership for Cooperative Education Patrick Reilly, Engineer, Betts Company Rick Wilson, Global R&D Manager, JBT FoodTech Group 2 National Overview of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing ROOM 2000 In this hour-long session – the first of three during the day – we will begin by providing an update and overview of 3D printing in the United States as it stands today. Included in this introductory session will be: the state of the industry, emerging 3D printing technologies, standards (ASTM and ISO), government support, and the process in which the market and workforce is learning more about 3D printing. MODERATOR James Watson, CEO, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® PRESENTER Ed Tackett, Director of RapidTech, Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine PARTICIPATING MEMBERS Dan Gustafson, Next Engine Mark Jackson, Blue Dolphin Design & Engineering San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 1 9am - 10am continued Group 3 Advancing Manufacturing Part 1: LEAN - Getting Rid of the Waste ROOMS 2003-2004 In this one-hour session, hear why Lean Manufacturing has not only taken manufacturing by storm, but has even spread into other industries, like financial services and health care. The eight principles of Lean, which are guided by optimizing every motion, every resource and all your materials (aka “eliminate waste”), will be discussed. In any industry, but perhaps more so in manufacturing, Lean can make meaningful impacts to your net income, operating margins, and even the value of your company. The session will incorporate an exercise to demonstrate the power of Lean, and will conclude with testimony from Betts Company, one of Fresno’s most prominent manufacturers and a long-time Lean practitioner. Descriptions of modern Lean tools and several “before and after” visuals will be included. Join us and see how Lean Manufacturing can optimize your company. PRESENTERS Saeed Madjidi, Senior Consultant and Six Sigma Black Belt, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® Joe Devany, Director of Operations, Betts Company San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 2 10:15am - 11:15am Group 1 Building Your Partnership Pipeline: From High School through Post-Secondary ROOMS 2001-2002 What better way to find qualified and well-trained employees than to work directly with your local educational institutions. This session will showcase examples of workforce, business, and education partnerships that are resulting in a better pipeline of future employees. PRESENTERS Lori Morton, Business Engagement Coordinator, Fresno County Office of Education Jennie Bautista, Assistant Director, INNOVATE Tulare-Kings Jennifer Carlson, Executive Director, Manufacturers Council of the Central Valley Group 2 Business and Economics of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing ROOM 2000 In this second of three sessions on 3D printing, the speaker and his guests will discuss the “money side” of this rapidly growing industry. What is the return on investment (ROI) for customers and industry players? What are the drivers that lead to the selection of one machine versus another? Is it better to buy the equipment or just buy into the rights of equipment shared by others? How does this impact key manufacturing quality standards, such as ISO and ASTM? How do quality systems get impacted by the use of this new technology? MODERATOR James Watson, CEO, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® PRESENTER Ed Tackett, Director of RapidTech, Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine PARTICIPATING MEMBERS Dan Gustafson, Next Engine Mark Jackson, Blue Dolphin Design & Engineering San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 2 10:15am - 11:15am continued Group 3 ERP, CRM, the Cloud and Big Data ROOMS 2003-2004 Are your current systems sufficient and helping optimize your operations? Or are they holding you back and creating more problems than they solve? See what modern systems look like and what they can do. Find out what systems manufacturers of all sizes are using to increase sales, maximize efficiency and providing world-class analytics. We will discuss the capabilities of a comprehensive system as well as some smaller “fix it” solutions. Plus, we will talk about this rapid conversion to the “cloud” and why so many companies are converting their systems and data to an off-site environment. To close this one-hour session, we will examine the topic of “Big Data” — what it is, why you need to know, and how Big Data in the coming years will grow as fast as the Internet did at the turn of the 21st century. PRESENTERS Jonathan Lee, Director of Strategic Services, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® Brian Sankey, President, xEOS San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 LUNCH KEYNOTE ADDRESS EXHIBIT HALL II 11:15am-1pm Advancing Manufacturing: It's Continuously Changing PAUL MENIG, FOUNDER AND CEO, TECH-I-M If you're not running, you're falling behind. If you are not growing, you'll eventually shrink and die. If you are not continuously improving your manufacturing operations, you'll do both as you spiral downwards. Change is not just inevitable, it is necessary. Paul Menig, CEO of Tech-I-M, has nearly 40 years’ experience introducing new products in multiple industries including aerospace, medical systems, industrial automation, military systems, automotive and truck. He has been in semiconductor processing labs that put millions of transistors on a single, tiny chip to the world’s largest building where six million parts are combined into one of the largest assemblies in the world. He's seen primary machining operations preparing an engine block and made sure the label on your Miller beer is straight. Listen as Paul provides insights into the ever changing world of new products and the manufacturing systems needed. San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 3 1pm - 2pm Group 1 Regional and State Networks: Support Systems for California Manufacturers ROOMS 2001-2002 To succeed in global markets, California manufacturers must have the support of every sector. They need a system that responds to their workforce requirements, keeps them informed of policy and regulatory issues, advocates on their behalf, and, most importantly, demonstrates unity behind the shared goal of growing local and regional economies to create healthy and prosperous communities. California’s Community Colleges and Workforce Investment Boards, along with California Forward (CAFWD), California Manufacturing and Technology Association (CMTA), and other partners, are standing together to provide manufacturers the resources they need to build a vibrant economy and create jobs that benefit every stakeholder. By connecting assets that already exist, we will achieve the results everyone wants - prosperity within every region and a California that is golden once more. MODERATOR Gurminder Sangha, Deputy Sector Navigator-Advanced Manufacturing, Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy PANELISTS Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor, Workforce & Economic Development, California Community Colleges Jose Anaya, Statewide Sector Navigator-Advanced Manufacturing, Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy Dorothy Rothrock, President, California Manufacturers & Technology Association Jim Mayer, President & CEO, California Forward Adam Peck, Executive Director, Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County Group 2 Real-World Applications (and Integration) of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing ROOM 2000 In the final installation of this three-part series, we will discuss how, when and where today’s companies are starting to use 3D printing technologies. Are manufacturers replacing entire sections of their production environment? How difficult is it to bring 3D printing in-house? What are the reasons to do so quickly or piecemeal? How are secondary processes affected; and how would the raw materials that are needed identified? These and other questions will be answered, along with specific discussions of design processes. (Design for Additive Manufacturing versus Design for Manufacturing) MODERATOR James Watson, CEO, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® PRESENTER Ed Tackett, Director of RapidTech, Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine PARTICIPATING MEMBERS Dan Gustafson, Next Engine Mark Jackson, Blue Dolphin Design & Engineering San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 3 1pm - 2pm continued Group 3 Advancing Manufacturing Part 2: Six Sigma -- Consistently Weighing In ROOMS 2003-2004 Manufacturing is not emotionally driven like the product advertising we see in magazines and on television. Manufacturing is all about cold, hard facts that drive decisions - decisions that create the quality products customers use and experience. Achieving consistency to reduce internal costs and meet customer expectations takes careful attention to the details in manufacturing. After you've gotten rid of the fat, you need to focus on data driven decisions that will continue your walk advancing manufacturing. Learn the basics of six sigma and hear Paul Menig share his personal experiences from his time implementing SPC at Daimler Trucks North America. PRESENTERS Saeed Madjidi, Senior Consultant and Six Sigma Black Belt, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® Paul Menig, CEO, Tech-I-M San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 4 2:15pm - 3:15pm Group 1 Manufacturing Training and Education ROOMS 2001-2002 The Central Valley’s California Community Colleges have come together with a number of models for offering short-term workforce training through the Central/Mother Lode Region Consortium. Colleges are partners on Responsive Training Fund and Industry-Driven Regional Collaborative grants, Employment Training Panel contracts, regional Career Technical Education (CTE) Enhancement projects, Food Processing Skill Standards report for maintenance mechanics, C6* Consortium, and regional college CTE programs, to meet employer training needs in the Manufacturing industry. Come learn what the partnership has been working on in the areas of training needs assessments; connecting traditional and contract training with industry certifications; conducting industry forums and site visits; and the development of a regional Skills Standard. Let us resource your company with additional tools and options for an on-site training for your company or at your local community college, in these fields: Welding, Electrical, Programmable Logic Controller, Computer Aided Design, Machining, Refrigeration, Pneumatics & Hydraulics, and more. MODERATOR Becky Barabé, Director of Business, Industry, and Community Services, Merced College PANELISTS David Clark, Dean of Instruction, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Business, and Industrial Technology, Reedley College Dave Teasdale, Director of Economic & Workforce Development Programs and the 21st Century Energy Center, Kern Community College District Pedro Mendez, Dean of Instruction, Career Technical Education, Community Education, and Workforce Development, Modesto Junior College Jim Andersen, Dean of Instruction, Agriculture, Industrial Technology, and Kinesiology, Merced College Louann Waldner, Dean of Instruction, Career Technical Education and Workforce Development, College of the Sequoias *Central California Community Colleges Committed to Change San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Cluster

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2015 MANUFACTURING SUMMIT · SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY | MAY 7, 2015 BREAKOUT SESSIONS SESSION 4 2:15pm - 3:15pm continued Group 2 Leveraging Workforce Resources and Funding to Increase Performance and Profitability ROOM 2000 Find out how your company can leverage available California-based resources for recruiting, hiring and training your workforce. Learn how to qualify and access Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act and Employment Training Panel (ETP) funding to support training programs that increase employee skills and performance. Representatives experienced with accessing Workforce Investment Board and ETP program funding will take you through the programs, process and benefits. PRESENTERS Christine Nutting, Deputy Director of Business Services and Human Resources, Fresno Regional Workforce Investment Board Rocio Leon, Training Manager, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® Group 3 What Your Company Should Know About Exporting PRESENTED BY BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH ROOMS 2003-2004 Gain insight about the benefits of exporting and learn about available resources that will help begin or expand your export journey. Gain information about which global markets to consider, options for financing export growth, and a manufacturer’s export tool that can help manufacturers minimize risk and accelerate sales in the global marketplace. MODERATOR Glen Roberts, Director of Global Markets, Fresno and Bakersfield offices, U.S. Department of Commerce PANELISTS Greg Moore, Regional Director, Export Import Bank Jeff Deiss, International Trade Finance Manager, Small Business Administration Alicia Rios, Director, Center for International Trade Development (SCCCD) Jeanette Benson, Deputy Sector Navigator for Global Trade & Logistics and Director of the Central Region, Center for International Trade Development Elizabeth Glynn, Export Advisor, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® San Joaquin Valley Regional Industry Clusters Initiative www.sjvrici.org

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