Farm to Fork: What Happens In Between?
A Panel Discussion on Food Safety in Manufacturing on Thursday, March 17, 2016 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. in Alameda, CA.
CEO Roundtable Discussion
Join fellow East Bay manufacturing CEOs to discuss specific challenges, compare best practices and exchange ideas on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. in Pleasanton, CA.
2nd Annual East Bay Manufacturing Summit
September 2016 Details TBA
CEO Roundtable Discussion
Join fellow East Bay manufacturing CEOs to discuss specific challenges, compare best practices and exchange ideas on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. in Oakland, CA.
The East Bay Manufacturing Group (EBMG) is an organization that offers peer-to-peer events for C-level executives from East Bay Manufacturing companies and affiliated organizations. The EBMG provides a platform for networking and sharing industry specific thought leadership and best practices, to build strategic alliances and affiliations, to create innovative changes in the regional business culture, and to promote economic development among East Bay-based manufacturers – regardless of size and focus. EBMG events are designed exclusively with c-level manufacturers in mind and feature panel discussions with industry experts. Our CEO Roundtable Discussions allow manufacturing CEOs an intimate setting to discuss specific challenges, compare best practices and exchange ideas and advice with other leaders in this unique industry.
No Sell Environment
We provide manufacturers a safe no sell environment at our events. Come to enjoy the content, not a sales pitch.
95% of our attendees are c-level manufacturers.
85% of our panelists are manufactures themselves and have real world experience to share.
We have over 65 thought leadership articles with best practices and industry insights. More are added every quarter.
California Bank of Commerce
Heffernan Insurance Brokers
Robert Half Management Resources
Sensiba San Filippo
Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean
By Evelin Bailey, Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP “The beginning is the most important part of the work.” While Plato was not contemplating the various laws that employers have to comply with, his observation is, nonetheless, poignant. Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), employers must complete the Form I-9 Employment Eligibility[…]
By Steve Tessler, California Bank of Commerce Many business owners ponder how to acquire new equipment without breaking the bank. Is there reasonable financing available? Yes, it is possible to obtain 10-year or 20-year, fully amortized, fixed-rate financing for the acquisition of new or used machinery and equipment. And, no, it’s not a gimmick, teaser[…]
An Interview With Brandon Scripps, Sensiba San Filippo LLP Today’s beer industry is undeniably shifting in favor of the emerging craft brew movement that has brought thousands of options to taps across the nation. With ever-growing market presence and seemingly limitless business potential, it’s no wonder small-scale brewers are jumping at the opportunity to start their[…]
EBMG Special Contribution In February, the East Bay Manufacturing Group (EBMG) hosted its fifth CEO Roundtable Discussion. The small informal sessions began in the fall of 2014 to provide an intimate setting for manufacturing leaders to discuss high-level topics, share challenges and explore solutions in a private environment. The EBMG has since held quarterly CEO[…]
EBMG Special Contribution East Bay Manufacturing Group (EBMG) partnered with East Bay Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (EBAMP) and other local agencies to host the inaugural East Bay Manufacturing Summit on Friday, September 18, at Zero Net Energy Center in San Leandro. Kelly Kline served as Master of Ceremonies to the event, which focused on gathering manufacturers,[…]
By Gary Price, Sensiba San Filippo LLP American businesses are continuously working to develop new products, create new processes, improve quality and increase efficiency. While many business owners consider these efforts a normal part of doing business, the federal government and the state of California believe that this process of innovation is critical to the[…]
By Attila Bardos, Robert Half Management Resources The prospect of losing a valuable employee can be unsettling, especially during accounting-season crunch time when finding a replacement only adds to your already daunting workload. But will making a counteroffer ameliorate the situation? Most often the answer is no. In fact, 78 percent of chief financial officers[…]
By Laura Zaroski, Socius Insurance Services Hardly a day goes by without a newsflash about another cyber breach. Since security breaches have become a daily occurrence, I sat down with Jeremy Henley of ID Experts to discuss the most common ways that companies are being breached and how companies can start to assess their cyber[…]
By Attila Bardos, Robert Half Management Resources Whether you’re management or staff, competitive compensation is essential. In a recent Robert Half survey, workers were asked what factors would lead them to quit their job; the top response (38 percent) was inadequate salary and benefits. In the same survey, 25 percent of chief financial officers (CFOs)[…]
By Leonard Marquez, Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP What is “tacking” and why do you need to have at least some awareness of this important concept in the law of trademark? Imagine Company A has been using a distinctive and well-known company logo on its product for years. Company A then decides to “refresh”[…]