MEMBERS ONLY: Webinar – Gaining Supply Chain Resiliency Through Additive Manufacturing (June 21 @ 12pm ET)

Webinar Hosted by Penn State University: Gaining Supply Chain Resiliency Through Additive Manufacturing

AVAILABLE TO NASPO MEMBERS ONLY

This is a professional development opportunity available through our academic partner Penn State University. As a corporate partner of Penn State’s Supply Chain program, NASPO is allowed limited spots for certain professional development opportunities and webinars.

Delivery type: Virtual Webinar

Dates: June 21, 2022 @ 12 – 1 PM ET

Price: Complimentary to NASPO Members.

Spots are limited and approved by NASPO staff.

Webinar Description:

The Center for Supply Chain Research is pleased to offer the first installment of the CSCR Advisory Board Webinar Series: Gaining Supply Chain Resiliency Through Additive Manufacturing on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST. The virtual event will feature a panel of experts sharing their perspectives on the ongoing disruptions of global supply chains and how additive manufacturing (3D printing) can be a viable and immediate source of supply chain resiliency and flexibility.

Notes:

This is a professional development opportunity available through our academic partner Penn State University. As a corporate partner of Penn State’s Supply Chain program, NASPO is allowed limited seats for certain professional development opportunities.

Since spots are limited for this webinar, please let us know immediately if you or your staff would like to register. Please email [email protected] with the name and email of the staff member that you would like to participate.

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