Member Education Webinar

There’s no doubting the importance of keeping up on the latest and most prominent trends, technologies, opportunities and threats impacting the equipment manufacturing industry – both now and in the not-too-distant future.

With that fact in mind, AEM is pleased to announce the launch of its 2022 Member Education Webinar Series, designed to provide education on industry-related issues and technology, as well as facilitate member engagement.

“We are all adapting to the digital world these days, and we look forward to offering uniquely valuable opportunities for our members to engage in these informational sessions this year,” said AEM Director of Education Programs Helen Horner. “After successfully debuting these webinars last year, AEM is excited to announce the dates and topics for the 2022 series.”

This year’s schedule is as follows

  • March 22 – U.S. Trade Policy: What will the Biden Administration do in 2022?
  • April 14 – Workforce Trends Impacting Business Strategy
  • June 14 – Peer to Peer Workforce Solutions Panel
  • Aug. 4 – Drivers of Change: A Look at the Future of Food
  • Sept. 8 – Trends in Construction: The Future of Building

“AEM’s Education Team is appreciative of all the feedback we received from association members regarding last year’s series, and we’re confident that this year’s slate of webinars will once again address key issues of interest and importance to them,” said Horner.

U.S. Trade Policy: What Will the Biden Administration Do in 2022?

Join AEM on Tuesday, March 22 at 12 p.m. CT to hear from a distinguished panel of experts – Jake Colvin, president, National Foreign Trade Council; Mary E. Lovely, senior fellow, Peterson Economic Institute and Dr. Joshua Meltzer, senior fellow, Brookings Institution – on how the Biden administration is going to respond to the myriad of challenges undermining the U.S. economy. For companies paying tariffs, unable to source products, or facing ongoing shipping delays, this conversation will be both timely and informative.

Specific topics covered during this webinar include:

  • The ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute
  • Global supply chain challenges
  • Semi-conductor shortages
  • Tariffs
  • Prospects for future U.S. trade agreements

Register now.

To learn more about this webinar, or any of the others scheduled to take place this year, contact AEM’s Helen Horner at

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