Paragon Pro is recognized for its wide selection of light construction equipment, including material lifts, work platforms and overhead drilling solutions. They also put their experience and capabilities to work by offering an extensive array of contract manufacturing services to other businesses.
FABTECH brings a wealth of innovation and technology solutions to Chicago, November 11-14, 2019.
The ND Career Builders scholarship and loan repayment programs are a public-private endeavor whereby for each dollar of private support, the state will contribute a dollar of public funding.
The Minnesota PIPELINE Program is an innovative approach to address current and future workforce needs.
Join nearly 100 regional organizations in shaping the future career paths of area youth.
The Dream It. Do It. Minnesota Statewide Tour of Manufacturing is an opportunity for schools, families and the general public to discover the innovative and high-tech world of modern manufacturing.
The Northern Valley Careers Planning Team invites Highway 2 West Manufacturers’ Association members to attend The 7th annual Northern Valley Career Expo on Wednesday, October 31.
The Highway 2West Manufacturers’ Association is proud to support the Cass Lake-Bena High School in securing Bemidji as a regional robotics competition event host site.
Most businesses spend a lot of their resources on outbound communication like email blasts, magazine ads, postcards, websites and even social media. They use these platforms to tell their story, which is an important part of building a brand. But it can be tempting to focus entirely on looking out – after all, that’s where new customers are, right? Yes and no. While your outbound messages reach many possible leads, some of the best new business prospects are searching out your website and social media platforms on their own.
To attract new workers, manufacturers are going to need to change their image. Few young people relish the idea of punching the clock at a factory and grinding out eight tedious, unchanging hours anymore. Here are some ideas that we can borrow from other industries in order to show potential employees how modern manufacturing has evolved.