Category Archives: Meetings

Save the Date for Breakfast at Interwire – May 15

Be sure to mark your calendar for the upcoming Breakfast at Interwire. it’s a great opportunity to meet with AWPA members mid-year, and get the latest information on the industry and the economy.  We begin and end early, so you’ll have plenty of time to hit the exhibition floor afterward. Registration information for this breakfast … Continue reading Save the Date for Breakfast at Interwire – May 15

Annual Meeting Speakers: Growth Opportunities, Financing and M&A Trends in Steel Wire and Rod

This session will be a general discussion of the steel wire producer market strengths, weaknesses, trends, trade and general M&A activity.  We will hear speakers address financing trends in commercial banks, institutional term loan and bond markets, and leveraged loan markets, as well as investor concerns.  Andrew Pappas, Managing Director of BMO Harris Bank NA … Continue reading Annual Meeting Speakers: Growth Opportunities, Financing and M&A Trends in Steel Wire and Rod

Registration is Now Open for the 2019 Annual Meeting

The 2019 Annual Meeting will be held in sunny Clearwater Beach, Florida this February. We will be bringing together experts on the political environment; the latest information on trade and tariff issues affecting the industry; and providing a current perspective on the economy. In addition, we’ll be discussing strategies to address manufacturing workforce needs. On … Continue reading Registration is Now Open for the 2019 Annual Meeting

Operations Managers Meeting: Earlybird Discount Ends September 20!

The Operations Managers Meeting in October will be here soon. We’ve got a full program this year, including a safety program panel discussion, an update on drug-testing best practices, and the perennial update on the regulatory environment (chlorinated paraffin regulations may finally be coming – have you heard?). Along with all of that we will … Continue reading Operations Managers Meeting: Earlybird Discount Ends September 20!

Today is the Day – Register Now for the Government Affairs Conference

If you have been waiting to register or make your hotel reservation for the Government Affairs Conference, you have just a few more hours to get in under the earlybird discount deadline. After today, the registration price goes up and reservations at the conference hotel may not be available. This meeting includes important information regarding … Continue reading Today is the Day – Register Now for the Government Affairs Conference

Govt Affairs Conference: Earlybird and Hotel Discounts End Tuesday – Register Now!

The Government Affairs Conference is right around the corner, and the deadline for discounted registration and hotel reservations is Tuesday, September 4th. Don’t wait – register now to get the best value. This meeting will provide the latest information from experts on the front lines of international trade, as well as an up to the … Continue reading Govt Affairs Conference: Earlybird and Hotel Discounts End Tuesday – Register Now!

AWPA Government Affairs Conference: Earlybird and Hotel Discount Deadlines Approaching!

There’s just a week until the deadlines for the earlybird and hotel reservation discounts end. Don’t wait to make your arrangements to attend the conference next month in DC. The program has the latest information from experts on the ground with the latest developments in international trade, and a mid-term election forecast from a reliable, … Continue reading AWPA Government Affairs Conference: Earlybird and Hotel Discount Deadlines Approaching!

2018 Government Affairs Conference: Political Update from David Wasserman

The mid-tem election is getting closer every minute. Most days, it seems the craziness increases minute by minute as well. Come to DC in September to get the latest scoop from one of the nation’s top independent election forecasters. David Wasserman will strip away the insanity and provide a measured analysis of the upcoming election. … Continue reading 2018 Government Affairs Conference: Political Update from David Wasserman