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Innovate Mound community event

Tuesday, February 25 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Learn more about the Mound Road project and give us your input! At this time, construction on Mound Road is expected to begin in the summer of 2021. Right now, that seems like a long time, but it’s important to complete the necessary set of activities that ensure construction and the final product will be the best that it can be. The benefit of using the pre-construction time wisely will be a project that benefits both residents and businesses and efficiently utilizes the limited transportation funding. You can help us with this research by completing a brief survey and attend the first Innovate Mound community event.
Location: UAW Local 228, 39209 Mound Rd., Sterling Heights


 

 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center - Let's Get Acquainted

Thursday, February 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Macomb County Department of Planning & Economic Development, in conjunction with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center), invites all Macomb-area manufacturers to meet The Center’s expert team at an event addressing industry-specific resources and business solutions for manufacturers.

11:30 a.m. - Welcome & Lunch
11:45 a.m. - Discussions:

  • Who we are & how we benefit Michigan manufacturers
  • Client testimonial
  • Importance of leadership training & employee engagement
  • Shape your company's 2020 training schedule

Location: Macomb County Planning & Economic Development, 1 S. Main St., 7th Floor, Mt. Clemens


 

Succession Planning for Leadership Positions

Tuesday, March 31 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Participants will learn the important steps and receive tools that can be adapted to their workplace to create a documented approach for creating the leaders of tomorrow.

Who should attend: HR managers 

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Build a Succession Planning Framework
  • Discuss the importance of a Succession Planning timeline
  • Identify critical positions, competencies and high-potential employees
  • Assess high-potential employees
  • Develop and implement succession plans
  • Evaluate program effectiveness
  • Define the critical roles in the Succession Planning process and who plays them

Location: Macomb County Planning & Economic Development, 1 S. Main St., 7th Floor, Mt. Clemens


 

Family and Medical Leave Act

Wednesday, April 29
This course will provide guidance on how to recognize FMLA notice and administer the law. Participants will discuss how to update company policy and answer employee questions relating to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

Who should attend: HR personnel, manager, and supervisors

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • State the “fundamentals of FMLA”
  • Recognize FMLA notice
  • Teach supervisors and managers their legal rights and obligations under FMLA
  • Administer FMLA for every employee situation
  • Explain FMLA to employees, including employee rights and responsibilities
  • Identify and avoid administrative and employee pitfalls
  • Identify and address possible FMLA abuse

Location: Macomb County Planning & Economic Development, 1 S. Main St., 7th Floor, Mt. Clemens


 

Employment Law: Danger Zones

Wednesday, April 29
This course will provide a solid understanding of various employment laws that affect every workplace every day and help prevent litigation to promote a positive and harmonious work environment.

Who should attend: HR personnel, Managers and Supervisors

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Recognize the “red flags” of potential employment law liability
  • Explain how to address such situations in an efficient and effective manner
  • Summarize easy guidelines to help you and your organization prevent employment litigation
  • Outline the laws governing equal employment opportunity and discrimination
  • Define illegal employment discrimination

Location: Macomb County Planning & Economic Development, 1 S. Main St., 7th Floor, Mt. Clemens


 

 

Sprint and Splash

Saturday, June 20

Registration is now open!

The 9th Annual Sprint & Splash will be held at Lake St. Clair Metropark in Harrison Township.  ​

Sprint and Splash Events include:

  • 5K Run / Walk
  • Duathlon: which combines a 5K run and a 2-mile paddle using a kayak or stand-up paddle board
  • 2-mile Kayak race
  • 2-mile recreational Stand-Up Paddleboard race
  • 6-mile sanctioned Stand-Up Paddleboard race

In addition to a variety of competitive events, there will be music, food, craft beer and vendors. The Sprint and Splash Beach Village is open throughout the day, giving participants and spectators the option to visit local vendors before or after their race. 

Location: Lake St. Clair Metropark - 31300 Metropolitan Parkway, Harrison Twp.


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Member Mixer

Thursday, February 20 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Join us at Urban Air Sterling Heights for a member mixer! Come network with fellow chamber members and build long-lasting relationships.
Locations: Urban Air Sterling Heights, 12050 Hall Road, Sterling Heights


 

Governor's Lunch 2020

Monday, February 24 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Macomb County Chamber and the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber are pleased to host Governor Gretchen Whitmer at a luncheon addressing Macomb County's business community. Presented by our Premier Sponsor Craig Sherman and Maria Silamianos of Trion Solutions. This highly attended event will sell out so please purchase your tickets as soon as possible.
Locations: Palazzo Grande, 54660 Van Dyke Avenue, Shelby Township


 

Michigan SBDC presents: Small Business, Big Threat - What Are Data Protection Policies? - Webinar

Tuesday, February 25 from 11 a.m. to noon
Do you have essential data protection policies in place for your small business? Join us as we discuss the importance of data protection policies and how they protect your business. We’ll walk you through a quick-paced webinar, ask a few poll questions of the audience, and give you time for question and answer with the Michigan SBDC’s Cyber Security Awareness Program Specialist, Scott Taber. You'll leave the webinar with: 1. Easy to understand examples of these tips and tricks 2. Explanations of why these topics matter for your small business 3. Key steps you can easily implement in your small business
Location: Webinar


 

SBA & SBDC presents: Small Business, Big Threat – The Facts About Cyber Buzzwords - Webinar

Wednesday, February 26 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
You've read about them on the news, you've heard about them in meetings, and maybe you've even used some of them yourself. But do you really know what some of the top ten technology buzzwords mean for your small business? Join us for a walkthrough of ten commonly discussed, yet frequently misunderstood concepts in cyber security. We’ll cover ten hot topics in technology, ask a few poll questions of the audience, and give you time for question and answer with the Michigan SBDC’s Cyber Security Awareness Program Specialist, Scott Taber. You'll leave the webinar with: 1. Easy to understand definitions of cyber buzzwords for non-technological entrepreneurs 2. Explanations of why these topics matter for your small business 3. Key steps you can easily implement in your small business
Location: Webinar


 

Army Contracting Command - Warren: Other Transaction Authority (OTA) 101

Thursday, February 27 from 9 a.m. to noon
The Other Transaction Authorities (OTAs), have proven an effective tool to streamline acquisition, diversify the defense industrial base, and gain access to state-of-the-art technology within a collaborative government/industry environment. Join Army Contracting Command Warren, Michigan, acquisition innovation leaders, as we walk through the new guidance, lessons learned, transition to production and the 10 USC 2371(b) statue for better understanding of these streamlined acquisition capabilities. In addition to hearing about how OTAs work, you will also hear about OTAs in action, multiple solicitation processes such as pitch day (similar to the television show Shark Tank), Panel Pitches, why we use White Papers and the Annual Plan process. PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting 101 WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company. No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

Finding the Fit - Is a Franchise Right For Me? - Webinar

Thursday, February 27 from 11 a.m. to noon
Have you been considering business ownership as a career change, a supplemental income source or an additional layer of retirement security? Have you stopped short of looking into franchising because you think it’s all fast food, or it’s all too expensive? If so, this informative webinar may be for you. Brigitte Betser, franchise placement specialist with FranNet, will bust some common franchise myths, and enlighten you on the wide-range of categories and investment levels available today. She’ll also discuss the various entry strategies available in the world of franchising, ranging from single unit owner/operator to semi-absentee investor to regional developer. You’ll learn whether franchising could be a path for achieving your goals, and if so, how to go about finding the RIGHT fit for you!
Location: Webinar


 

Introduction to Federal Government Contracting - 101

Thursday, March 5 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Is your business looking to diversity in the government sector? Is your business overwhelmed by the rules, regulations and registrations that are required to get started in Federal Government Contracting? Introduction to Federal Government Contracting -101 is the fundamental course in Macomb Regional PTAC s Core Series of Federal Government Contracting. This training offers an overview of what federal government contracting is, what it takes to be a government contractor, the steps your business needs to do to get started, and what no-cost services and continuous support Macomb Regional PTAC offers to small businesses in all aspects of government contracting. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company. Please Note: To register for this training your company must be located in Macomb County. (Highlight the above in training schedule) No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

Grow Your Business With Government Contracting

Tuesday, March 10 from 9:30 a.m. to noon
This class outlines the first steps for passionate entrepreneurs and businesses wishing to gain access to the world’s largest customer ($508 billion in goods and services each year). Participants explore how to initially set-up, find opportunities, market, explore small business benefits, sell to the US Government, and take advantage of PTAC resources and services. Doing business in this marketplace takes time, energy, and patience, but the payoff can be very rewarding. Participants will be able to: · Register in in the systems that are required for federal contractors · Determine ways to find opportunities · Identify and describe benefits of each small business program · Market products and services to the government · Use PTAC services Who should attend: Company owners and/or decision makers, in a stable business for more than two years, who are interested in selling their products/services to the Federal Government through the contracting process.
Location: Cabela's in Chesterfield Twp (Anchor Bay Chamber), 45959 Towne Center Blvd., Chesterfield Township


 

Cyber-Physical Systems Security Summit

Tuesday, March 10 - Wednesday, March 11
NDIA Michigan is committed to being a conduit of educational and informative dialog between industry, government, and academia specific to Cyber-Physical Security (CPS) of military connected and autonomous systems such as: ground vehicle systems, military drones, heavy trucks, aerospace, robotics and maritime platforms.
Location: Troy Marriott, 200 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy


 

2020 Political Hot Topics

Friday, March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Join us for lunch with top elected officials in your community, Macomb County and the State of Michigan. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet candidly with your elected officials and see how they weigh in on HOT topics that are important to you and your business.
Locations: Italian American Cultural Society Banquet & Conference Center, 43843 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Township


 

Defense Supply Chain Cybersecurity Resiliency Seminar

Tuesday, March 17 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Join Macomb Regional PTAC and the University of Michigan Economic Growth Institute Defense Cybersecurity Assurance Program for a seminar to learn about the newly developed Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). The CMMC will require 100% of all DoD contractors/suppliers achieve some level of 3rd party certification related to what is specified in their contracts. Once the CMMC goes into effect, self-attestations will no longer be sufficient to bid on DoD contracts and it will affect all companies doing business in the defense supply chain regardless of the type of business. Learn what this means for your company, what resources are available to assist mall to medium size entities in maintaining cybersecurity resiliency and hear industry experts talk on cybersecurity related topics. Agenda Highlights: 1. What is changing with the DoD s cybersecurity requirements? a. Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) i. What are the requirements ii. What does that mean for my company? iii. How do I get certified? 2. Resources for Defense Suppliers to help with cybersecurity resiliency Let us assist you in understanding the new certification requirements and how to remove the barriers to entry into the DoD supply chain. Invited: Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD) Office of Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) Acquisition and Sustainment (A & S) CMMC Cyber team Who Should Attend: Companies currently doing business or companies looking to do business in the defense supply chain that need to become compliant with the DoD s cybersecurity requirements.
Location: Macomb Community College, Center Campus, University Center 1, 44575 Garfield Road, Clinton Township


 

Michigan Food & Agriculture Summit

Tuesday, March 17 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For the seventh consecutive year, MEDC’s Pure Michigan Business Connect and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will be hosting the Michigan Food & Agriculture Summit (formerly known as the Pure Michigan Agriculture Summit) at the Lansing Center on March 17th, 2020. This free event brings together 25+ purchasers including grocers, retailers, distributors, institutional buyers and 350+ suppliers from around the state, all with one common goal – to strengthen Michigan’s food supply chain. Each year, PMBC and MDARD organize a matchmaking event in the state that helps connect purchasers in the Midwest with local food growers and suppliers to effectively increase Michigan spending in the food & agriculture industry.
Location: Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave, Lansing


 

Coffee Connection

Thursday, March 19 from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Join us at Floor & Decor for a Macomb Chamber Coffee Connection. This is a wonderful opportunity to network with your fellow Macomb Chamber Members and find all of the exciting things happening at Floor & Decor!
Locations: Floor & Decor, 14453 Hall Road, Shelby Township


 

DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) - 101

Thursday, March 19 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Doing business with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) can be a great way to grow your business and enter the federal marketplace. DLA is the Department of Defense' largest combat support agency providing worldwide logistics support to America's Military Services, civilian agencies and foreign countries in both peacetime and wartime. DLA is responsible for nearly every consumable item used by our military forces worldwide to include medical supplies, aviation requirements, land and maritime weapon systems spare parts, critical troop-support items involving food, clothing and textiles, construction equipment, material, fuel and depot level re-parables. Topics to be covered in this training include DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) website overview, access to technical data packages, joint certification program, getting registered in DIBBS, how to find opportunities in DIBBS and cfolders overview. Prerequisites: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting 101 Federal Market Research - 201 WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Businesses that have identified DLA as a potential customer during their Market Research or are already selling to DLA. No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

Starting a Business

Thursday, March 19 from 9:30 a.m. to noon
Do you know what it takes to turn your idea into a successful business? WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Attend this seminar if you want to turn your idea into a successful business. TOPICS INCLUDE: • Assessing your readiness for entrepreneurship • Evaluating market potential for your products or services • Sources of financing • Legal structure options • Taxes, licensing and insurance • Marketing and sales • Determining start-up costs and operating expenses • Introduction to writing a business plan
Location: City of Roseville Public Library (City Hall Complex), Erin Auditorium, 29777 Gratiot Avenue, Roseville


 

Federal Market Research - 201

Thursday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The second core class in Macomb Regional PTAC s Core Series of Federal Government Contracting is Federal Market Research 201. This training will help you identify who your customer and competitors are, as well as the current and future outlook for your Industry. You will learn how to research the consumer by identifying federal agencies who are buying what you re selling. You will also learn how to research the competition by identifying who is already selling your service or product to the federal government and for how much. And finally, you will learn how to research your industry by identifying what are the federal government s past, present and future procurement and Industry trends. This class will be conducted in a computer lab and seats are limited. Class time may run over due to the hands-on nature of training. Prerequisite: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting - 101 WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company. No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 123, Warren


 

Macomb Community College 2020 Job Fair | Employers Wanted

Employer registration deadline: Tuesday, March 31

Event date: Wednesday, April 22 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The 2020 Job Fair is open to former and current students as well as the community. It will enable you, as an employer, to meet a diverse group of highly qualified applicants and conduct “on-the-spot” preliminary informational interviews. Employers have reported that this event provides an excellent forum to promote jobs and career opportunities within their organizations. More than 1,100 job seekers have attended past events.
Location: South Campus Sports & Expo Center, 14500 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren


 

Save the Date: Macomb County ACES Job Fair

Wednesday, April 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A Job Fair Connecting Employers with Differently-Abled Professionals. Why should you hire someone with a disability? According to the Centers for Disease Control 25.6% Americans live with a disability 28.2% of Michigan Residents have a disability.

  • Employees with disABILITIES have lower turnover low absenteeism, dedication, and longer tenure. Enabling employers to reduce recruitment costs.
  • A study completed by Accenture, in partnership with Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), concluded that companies employing individuals with disabilities saw, on average, 28 percent higher revenue, double the net income and 30 percent higher economic profit margins over the four-year period we analyzed.
  • A survey conducted by the Job Accommodation Network found, 59% of job accommodations cost employers nothing to make ($0), while the remaining accommodations typically cost only $500.
  • Access to On-the-Job Training through Michigan Works! This program allows up to 50% reimbursement of the new employees wages for a designated period of time.
  • Employers have potential for federal tax incentives when hiring individuals with disabilities A diverse workforce better reflects your customers and the community in which you provide your services.

Location: 44001 Garfield Rd. Clinton Township


 

Prospecting for Federal Opportunities - 301

Thursday, April 2 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The next in Macomb Regional PTAC s Core Series of Federal Government Contracting is Prospecting for Federal Opportunities - 301. Selling to the federal government can provide significant revenues for small businesses, but it can be very time consuming trying to figure out where to find opportunities that match your capabilities. This training will provide you with useful tools on how to search for and identify opportunities that match your capabilities in a more efficient manner. You will also learn about PTAC s BidMatch Services. Finally, you will learn how to review and respond to various types of opportunities, and the importance of vendor performance evaluations. This class will be conducted in a computer lab and seats are limited. Class time may run over due to the hands-on nature of training. Prerequisites: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting 101 Federal Market Research 201 No fee to attend, but registration is required. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 123, Warren


 

DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) - 201

Thursday, April 16 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Building on what was discussed in DIBBS 101 training, we will look at other DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) applications such as how to submit a quote online, find awards, submit post award request, and discuss packaging and shipping. Prior to attending this training, if you determined your business will need to access technically controlled data packages (drawings), we recommend that you apply for the Joint Certification Program (JCP). If you need assistance with this, please contact our office. Additional topics to be covered in this training include Buy American & Trade Agreement Act, cyber compliance, Vendor Performance Evaluations CPARS and DLA packing and shipping Prerequisites: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting 101 Federal Market Research - 201 DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) - 101 WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Businesses that have identified DLA as a potential customer during their Market Research or are already selling to DLA. No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

Starting a Business

Thursday, April 16 from 9:30 a.m. to noon
Do you know what it takes to turn your idea into a successful business? WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Attend this seminar if you want to turn your idea into a successful business. TOPICS INCLUDE: • Assessing your readiness for entrepreneurship • Evaluating market potential for your products or services • Sources of financing • Legal structure options • Taxes, licensing and insurance • Marketing and sales • Determining start-up costs and operating expenses • Introduction to writing a business plan
Location: Harrison Township Public Library, 38255 L'Anse Creuse, Ste. A Harrison Township


 

Technology in Industry Reveal 2020

Monday, April 27 form 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Automation Alley's Technology in Industry Report is back for 2020, exploring new trends within Industry 4.0 to keep you and your supply chain in the know when it comes to all things digital. Be among the first to receive a copy of the 2020 report as you explore smart technology demos and network with hundreds of industry influencers over strolling breakfast at Birmingham's Townsend Hotel. Hear from a number of industry leaders as they tell their digital transformation stories and share best practices for Industry 4.0 implementation success.

The 2020 report, titled "Seeing Industry 4.0 Through a 2020 Lens," will feature a series of case studies and white papers written in collaboration with top academic and industry leaders, on the trending topics impacting companies today, including:

  • 5G: An Industry 4.0 game-changer
  • Building a strong supply chain with Big Data
  • The impact of digital twins
  • Industry 4.0 & the global workforce

Content will focus on how these trends are impacting people, processes and technology in the now, near and far; and will conclude with action items for industry to consider when developing their own digital transformations. Don't miss this important industry event as we usher in 2020 with a focus on future technology trends!
Locations: Townsend Hotel, 100 Townsend Street, Birmingham


 

How to Market Your Business to the Federal Government - 401

Tuesday, May 5 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The last training in Macomb Regional PTAC s Core Series of Federal Government Contracting concludes with How to Market Your Business to the Federal Government - 401 How can you maximize your company s potential to obtain Government customers? By using marketing techniques customized for the federal government. In this training, you will learn how to market your business to the federal government as well as prime contractors. Also, you will learn about effective marketing materials, networking and people to know. Prerequisites: Introduction to Federal Government Contracting 101 Federal Market Research - 201 Prospecting for Federal Opportunities - 301 WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company. No fee to attend, but registration is required.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

 

Save the Date: 2020 CAAT Conference!  Preparing Technicians for Autonomous Technologies

Friday, May 8
The theme of this year’s conference is Preparing Technicians for Autonomous Technologies. Opening remarks will be made by Macomb Community College president, Jim Sawyer. Our tentative speaker lineup includes:

  • Keynote Speaker: Amit Kapoor, Vice President, Business Unit - Advance Driver Assistance Systems, North America, Continental Automotive Systems, on the State of Autonomy
  • Michele R. Mueller, Senior Project Manager, Connected and Automated Vehicles, Michigan Department of Transportation
  • Jessica Robinson, Executive Director, Michigan Mobility Institute, on the State of Mobility
  • Michele Economou Ureste, Executive Director, Workforce Intelligence Network, on the Technician/Technologist Labor Market
  • National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT)
  • Jonathan Beck, Director, NCAT (Autonomous Air Technologies)
  • Chris Hadfield, Director, Minnesota State Transportation Center of Excellence (Autonomous Land Technologies)
  • Jill Zande, President and Executive Director, Marine Advanced Technology Education Center (Autonomous Sea Technologies)

CAAT is also planning to provide an opportunity for attendees to visit with various local STEM-based organizations.

Location: Macomb Community College, Center Campus, University Center, Assembly Hall


 

State of Chesterfield Township 2020

Thursday, May 14 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Join Supervisor, Daniel J. Acciavatti as he discusses the State of Chesterfield Township, the continued growth and the successes of his community.
Locations: Zuccaro Banquets & Catering, ​46601 Gratiot Avenue, Chesterfield Township


 

Introduction to Federal Government Contracting - 101

Thursday, May 14 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Is your business looking to diversity in the government sector? Is your business overwhelmed by the rules, regulations and registrations that are required to get started in Federal Government Contracting? Introduction to Federal Government Contracting -101 is the fundamental course in Macomb Regional PTAC s Core Series of Federal Government Contracting. This training offers an overview of what federal government contracting is, what it takes to be a government contractor, the steps your business needs to do to get started, and what no-cost services and continuous support Macomb Regional PTAC offers to small businesses in all aspects of government contracting. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company. Please Note: To register for this training your company must be located in Macomb County.
Location: Macomb Community College, MTEC, 7900 Tank Ave., Room 138, Warren


 

Michigan Defense Exposition (MDEX) and Detroit Arsenal Opportunities Conference

Exhibitor registration is now open!

Wednesday, May 20 - 22 
For the first time, the entire Detroit Arsenal Team joins Industry Exhibitors under one roof, to share future needs and opportunities. 

  • There will be 2 ½ days of program briefings by ACC, DLA, Small Business Office, PEOs, CFT, GVSC and the Primes.
  • One-on-One meetings with all of the Arsenal offices.
  • Air Force Research Labs will brief their opportunities and needs (schedule to be announced).
  • We anticipate more than 3,000 attendees in 2020 as well as full teams of Army engineers and buyers to support their presentations.

Locations: Macomb Community College Expo Center​, 14500 12 Mile Rd., Warren


 

Coffee Connection

Thursday, May 21 from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Join us at Villa Bella of Clinton Township for a Macomb Chamber Coffee Connection. This is a wonderful opportunity to network with your fellow Macomb Chamber Members and find all of the exciting things happening at Villa Bella of Clinton Township.
Locations: Villa Bella of Clinton Township, 15894 19 Mile Road, Clinton Township