Wisconsin Made. The Podcast.

Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. | Trailer (Spring 2021)

March 08, 2021 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year
Wisconsin Made. The Podcast.
Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. | Trailer (Spring 2021)
Show Notes Transcript

Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. features stories of how traditional operations, processes and procedures may have shifted, re-envisioning manufacturing today. Now more than ever, it is crucial to come together as one community to remember that manufacturing is not only the backbone, but the engine that drives this great state's economy. 

Tune in each week to hear from Wisconsin CEOs and executives within the manufacturing industry to learn about their challenges, opportunities and success navigating their business throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We will hear about their success stories and learn more about the future state of manufacturing in Wisconsin post-pandemic. 

This podcast is in association with Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year program, a premiere annual awards program celebrating excellence in manufacturing in the state of Wisconsin. Thank you to our partners of this great program: Baker Tilly, Michael Best and Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC). 

Tony Cavalco | CEO | Nicolet Plastics
I can say that you're probably challenged more with trying to be fast, fluid and flexible in 2020 than ever before in the history of the company.

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This is Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. the show that takes you inside the strength and resilience of Wisconsin’s manufacturing community.

Rick Ruzga | President | Power Test Dynamometers
Technology is a great thing and when you're faced with still having to provide a result you get kind of creative on how to get there.

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Where we hear from Wisconsin’s CEOs and executives to learn about their challenges opportunities and success navigating their business throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Christian Herrild | Director of Growth Strategies | Teel Plastics
I think most people who would be listening to this have probably interacted with one of our products at least once and I don't really know whether to say you're welcome or I’m sorry.

Bill Berrien | CEO | Pindel Global Precision, Founder | PRODx
I am incredibly optimistic for the future of advanced manufacturing in this country.

Robyn Buss | Executive Vice President of Food Packaging & Technical Solutions | Ahlstrom-Munksjo
In addition, beyond just the manufacturing platform I think what we've learned as we service our customers was an awful lot about creativity and various ways to do things.

Nick Novak (Host) | Vice President of Communications & Marketing | WMC
There were so many challenges that that folks faced and we're going to continue to hear not only next week, but in coming weeks on the Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. We really appreciate you joining us and if you did find value in this episode and you want to hear more of it, I encourage you to hit that subscribe button and also share it with your peers. We'll continue to be highlighting all of the Wisconsin success stories that we've had here in manufacturing throughout the past year. This is Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. I’m your host Nick Novak, thanks for listening.

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Wisconsin Made. The Podcast. is brought to you by Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year, a premier annual awards program celebrating excellence in manufacturing in the state of Wisconsin. Thank you to our program sponsors Baker Tilly, Michael Best and Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC).