Please join us on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 for our Solutions Forum for NYS Manufacturers in Plattsburgh, NY at the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College.

This event is match-maker style, where leaders of manufacturing and product development organizations meet directly with hand-picked business and technology experts in one-on-one consultations. This is not a business mixer or networking event, but instead gives attendees a chance to learn about the expertise and programs offered by our resource network. Register to attend below.


At the Solutions Forum, meet with our  extensive, vetted network of Resource Partners.
See the list below. More to be announced soon.

  • Alfred University Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT)
  • Center for Integrated Electric Energy Systems (CIEES) at Stony Brook University
  • CITEC Business Solutions
  • Clarkson University: The Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP)
  • Clinton Community College, Institute for Advanced Manufacturing
  • Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute
  • Cornell Center for Materials Research
  • The Development Corporation
  • Empire State Development
  • Empire State Development: Defense Diversification
  • Empire State Development: Global NY
  • FuzeHub
  • Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY New Paltz
  • New York State Pollution Prevention Institute at RIT
  • North Country Chamber of Commerce
  • North Country Small Business Development Center
  • RIT Center of Excellence in Advanced and Sustainable Manufacturing
  • RPI Center for Automation Technologies and Systems (CATS)
  • SUNY Canton Crest Center
  • Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (TAAC)
  • Twinstate Technologies
  • Workforce Development Institute


    Request To Attend


      The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College • 136 Clinton Point Drive
      Plattsburgh, New York 12901


      Company & Resource Meetings
      (Coffee and refreshments provided)

      Lunch & Learn Presentation
      'Advanced Manufacturing and Disruptive Manufacturing Technology'
      (Light lunch provided)
      To be presented by Marilyn Freeman, Director of The Center for Advanced Materials Processing, Director of Materials Science and Engineering Program, and Jesanis Endowed Chair for Sustainable Energy and Distinguished University Professor of Materials Science and Engineering.


      *Optional tour of the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing

      How Does it Work?


      Our experience and expertise combined with our extensive vetted network enable us to provide comprehensive, “out-of-the-box” solutions and options across multiple industries and disciplines.