See Who’s Attending Next Week’s Cleveland Regional Meeting

Scheduled for Thursday, November 9 at The City Club in downtown Cleveland, the second annual Cleveland Regional Meeting is attracting registrants from all areas of the fluid power supply chain and is set to provide an excellent opportunity to network with peers over lunch. See who you and your colleagues could meet at the meeting here.

In addition to great networking, this free event will feature a presentation on B2B Innovation and Product Launches from Reed Stith, Senior Growth Advisor for Marketing and Sales at MAGNET.

It’s not too late to add your name to the attendee list and take advantage of this networking and learning opportunity. Click here to learn more and to register. Contact Erica Halmstad at (414) 778-3359 or ehalmstad@nfpa.com with any questions.

Can’t make it to Cleveland? Join us in Chicago on December 7 at the Moraine Valley Community College. Registration is open. Learn more and sign up here.

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