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6/19/2024

AEM Annual ConferenceExplore the “Pulse of the Industry” and examine the advancements, trends, and innovations that form the heartbeart of the equipment manufacturing industry at the 2024 AEM Annual Conference! 

Registration is now open for what is unquestionably the industry’s event of the year. The 2024 AEM Annual Conference is set for Nov. 13-15, 2024, at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, California. 

“We’re proud to say there’s no other equipment manufacturing industry event like the AEM Annual Conference,” said AEM Senior Director of Education and Meeting Programs Helen Horner. “In addition to offering exceptional opportunities for networking with industry peers, our Annual Conference provides attendees with information and insights that prepares them and their businesses for the future, as well as equips them with the necessary knowledge to create value for themselves and their customers.” 

Attend this year’s Annual Conference to hear from the following experts and industry leaders: 

  • Trend Hunter Chief Futurist Arminda Ascano 

  • AI Futurist Zack Kass 

  • Pianist and Virtuoso Felipe Gomez 

  • National FFA Organization Chief Executive Officer Scott Stump 

  • POLITICO Politics Bureau Chief and Senior Political Columnist Jonathan Martin

Topics covered during AEM Annual Conference education sessions include: 

  • Navigating the future of AI 

  • The customer journey 

  • Leadership development 

  • Electrification and alternative power 

  • Harmonizing risks and opportunities in fuel transition 

AEM Hall of Fame 

During the final night of the AEM Annual Conference, the association inducts one or more trailblazing figures who revolutionized product segments in the equipment manufacturing industry into the AEM Hall of Fame. 

The AEM Hall of Fame has been recognizing luminaries in the agriculture and construction equipment manufacturing industry since 1993, and includes such names as Benjamin Holt (Caterpillar), Joseph Cyril Bamford (JCB), Jerome Increase Case (CNH Industrial), John Deere (Deere & Co.), Gus Ramirez (HUSCO International) and Mary Andringa (Vermeer). Last year’s inductions of Akio Takeuchi, the visionary behind Takeuchi Manufacturing, and Susanne Cobey, the driving force as CEO of Eagle Crusher, brought the number of AEM Hall of Fame inductees to 69. 

Watch a video recap about last year’s Hall of Fame inductees below, or click here 

For More information 

To learn more about the 2024 AEM Annual Conference and sign up for alerts to keep up to date on new information, visit aem.org/annual 

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