How the Mohawk Valley Feeds Innovation is where the food and technology meet to drive business growth and create exciting opportunities. Whether you work in the food and beverage industry, New York State’s growing semiconductor cluster, or in supporting areas such as packaging, fabrication or transportation, this virtual event is for you.
Come join the rest of the manufacturing ecosystem as we build valuable business connections throughout the Mohawk Valley and across the entire Empire State. This isn’t just another Zoom call. Remo, FuzeHub’s digital conference platform, is all about interaction. You can showcase your company from a virtual table, or walk the floor and network.
How the Mohawk Valley Feeds Innovation lets you:
- Exhibit from a virtual table or walk the virtual tradeshow floor as an attendee
- Promote your company’s products and discover potential new business partners
- Meet buyers, suppliers, and industry experts without ever leaving your office or facility
- Connect with NYS resources who are helping food and beverage manufacturers
- Gain insights from our keynote speaker, organizers, and event sponsors
Register now and then join us on Wednesday, June 2nd. This event is organized by FuzeHub in partnership with the Advanced Institute for Manufacturing (AIM), Herkimer College and Herkimer County IDA.
8:45 AM – Remo Opens
9:00AM – 9:15AM
(Formal Program Begins)
Master of Ceremonies – Everton H. Henriques
Welcome – Franca Armstrong, Bill McDonald, John Piseck & Randall VanWagoner
Remo Housekeeping – FuzeHub (Page Fronczek)
9:15AM – 9:30AM
Cory Albrecht, Cathleen McColgin, James Willey
9:30AM – 10:00AM
President & CEO, Cree
10:00AM – 12:30PM
Exhibitor / Attendee Interactions
Event Instructions – Steve Melito
Networking – All
Gregg Lowe joined Cree, Inc. in September 2017 as president and chief executive officer (CEO) to translate vision and strategy into world-class execution and bottom-line growth.
Prior to Cree, he served as president and CEO of Freescale Semiconductor, a $5 billion global company with products serving automotive, industrial, consumer and communications markets. During his time at Freescale, Gregg led the successful merger with NXP Semiconductors N.V. creating a high-performance, mixed-signal semiconductor industry leader, with combined revenue of more than $10 billion. Prior to Freescale, Gregg had a long career spanning 28 years at Texas Instruments including executive roles as senior vice president and leader of the analog business.