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FORT MYERS, Fla. (July 8, 2021) – Manufacturers across the state are facing supply chain delays, workforce shortages, inflation and other challenges as they attempt to return to business as usual after a year of pivoting and pandemic. Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association (SRMA) will host a LIVE Manufacturer Mastermind Summit for manufacturers-only at FGCU on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, from 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Top manufacturers will be selected to lead the discussion and manufacturers large and small across the state are invited to take part in the conversation.
“Our goal is to create an environment where manufacturers can freely discuss challenges, solutions and milestones over this past year,” says SRMA Executive Director Rob Harris. “There is a great deal that manufacturers can learn from one another.”
There is no charge to attend the Manufacturer Mastermind Summit, generously sponsored by S4J Manufacturing Services, Inc. Light refreshments will be provided. Online registration is required as space will be limited. The event will take place on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University in the Lutgert College of Business, Room 2201. To register for the event or for more information about the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association, visit, call 941-730-7903 or email [email protected].
About the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association
The purpose and objective of the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association is to bring together manufacturers to encourage the economic development of Southwest Florida through manufacturing, and to act as a forum for the expression and exchange of ideas and information among its members. The SRMA provides an advocacy platform for the general welfare of its members in the face of economic, civic and educational challenges. It encourages cooperation, information sharing and mutual aid, fostering social relationships and community involvement. Visit for more information or to become a member or sponsor.

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