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Ann Avary (Northwest Center of Excellence for Manufacturing & Technology) will talk about her experience at IBEX 2010, investigating the annual innovation awards.

For years, many of us have turned to J.R.Watson at Gougeon Brothers (Bay City, Michigan) when we had questions about glue. Or questions about epoxy resins, hardeners, and a lot of other products. After more than two decades of offering... more

Mike Bradley (North Carolina Marine Trades) will join us to talk about the boating industry in his state, as well as his upcoming IBEX 2011 presentation on how supply chain clusters can help employers both create and retain jobs.

From the outside looking in, survey work – especially for damage claims – may look like easy money. All you need is a little technical knowledge of boats, a check list, a couple of how-to courses, and a clipboard, right? Print up some... more

Training/Education and Community Perception: not always in harmony: When we think of the challenges that face training and education providers, most of us think of enrollments, class sizes and the cost of tuition. Seldom do we consider the... more

Our guest from Tipton Design and Engineering will explain modular fabrication and describe how it can change the way boats are built.

Rob Kaidy, N.A. (Stuart, Florida) and Barbara Jean Walsh (Berkeley, California) will talk about their experiences in India and offer some insight into the culture and opportunities for the marine industry there.

Our surveyors return to talk about moisture meters and other devices that help to tell the story.

Fred Pace with Legendary Marine will join us to talk about marina management.

Host Ann Avary will talk about ways to find funding for marine-industry training programs.
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