HM Manufacturing president and CEO, Nicole Wolter, spoke with Paul Greaney on NTD News to discuss the future of the economy and the push towards automation within the manufacturing industry.
Nicole's segment starts at 8:45
To watch the segment, click here: https://www.ntd.com/ntd-business-full-broadcast-nov-15-2_881545.html
At IMTS, Nicole Wolter was interviewed by NTD News for a segment on their channel discussing the current workforce and job search. She talked about how she uses social media platforms and trends to engage new talent into the manufacturing industry.
Watch the full segment here: https://www.ntd.com/tips-for-winning-the-talent-war_842099.html
Nicole Wolter was hosted on NTD News to discuss the potential impacts an increase in taxes could have on small businesses. As a member and board of director of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), she is able to advocate for small manufacturers and help voice concerns on proposed policies such as this one.
To watch the whole interview, click here: https://lnkd.in/g6CercGd
Nicole Wolter spoke on NTD News to discuss what she expected for the second quarter for GDP numbers. Her main reasons for believing weak numbers will come in for the first quarter are: The COVID/Omicron surge at the beginning of the year which caused issues with workforce and supply chain, rising inflation, and the war with Russia and Ukraine
To watch the full news segment, click here: https://www.ntd.com/us-manufacturer-on-recession-risk_774096.html
HM Manufacturing president, Nicole Wolter, was installed to the Board of Directors for the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA). This is an incredible opportunity to continue leading the manufacturing industry and supporting the growth and success of manufacturers.
You can read the press release here: https://www.agma.org/resources/newsroom/press-releases/new-agma-board-of-directors-announced/
NTD spoke with Nicole Wolter, CEO of HM Manufacturing, about the effects of the Ukraine war on inflation and costs.
President and CEO Nicole Wolter was recently featured again on NTD Television discussing lead time struggles and order back ups throughout the manufacturing industry. Due to the need for consistency within the supply chain and an increase of skilled labor, manufacturers are at a major disadvantage when it comes to productivity and efficiency. To learn more about how HM Manufacturing, Inc. is combating these recent challenges, view the interview here!
President and CEO Nicole Wolter being featured on NTD Television for a live interview discussing how manufacturing is moving back to the states. Wolter talked about how customers that used to outsource their power transmission components, are looking to bring their orders back to the states, along with how the current state of the supply chain and workforce are impacting the industry as a whole. To learn more, check out the video linked here.
President and CEO Nicole Wolter was featured in Production Machining discussing how she utilizes social media as a tool to grow HM Manufacturing’s brand and presence. “I feel like manufacturing gets a bad rap because we aren’t targeting young people on social media. My company isn’t on social media to get work; we do this for manufacturing exposure.” Wolter expresses the importance of showcasing manufacturing in the positive, innovative light that it deserves. She believes that once the younger generation really understands what manufacturing is about, we will close the skilled labor gap. Additionally, the use of social media is what separates the modern businesses from traditional companies. As social media remains an integral part of society, we must grow with it to stay relevant. To learn more about how HM Manufacturing incorporates social media to our marketing practices, check out the article here.
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Our president and CEO was featured in the latest online issue of Crain's Chicago Business discussing the impacts the supply chain has on manufacturers over the last year. "I can't complain because we're very busy. But when you can't get materials, it's difficult," - Wolter. While COVID did have a major impact on the booming manufacturing sector last year, we have seen increases in orders, quotes and production in recent months. We’re lucky to be maintaining our business as a small manufacturer, yet with a slow moving and disconnected supply chain we’re expecting delays on orders and possibly turning down business. To hear more manufacturers perspective and read the article in full, click here.
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