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10/15/2019 » 10/17/2019
Heat Treat

Annual Meeting Speakers & Presentations


The Power of Your Value

Bob Sherlock, CMO

Chief Outsiders


All too often today, customers are pressuring our members for lower prices.  But Bob Sherlock believes there are better alternatives than simply cutting your price.  He believes in the power of “value.”  He wants you to be paid for what your products and services are really worth.  His presentation will help you uncover strengths so you can value sell.  



The Washington Effect

Omar Nashashibi
The Franklin Partnership

What can we possibly say about what’s been going on in Washington?  We’re all perplexed.  Omar S. Nashashibi of The Franklin Partnership returns to try and help us make sense of the craziness that is Washington, D.C. today.  Omar lobbies the White House and U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C. on behalf of manufacturing trade associations and other clients seeking a voice before policymakers. He will share insights into the government shutdown & the latest developments on critical policy and share what he believes it means for your business.  His presentation will attempt to help you plan for the unpredictable future.


Utility Partnership Opportunities

Scott Bishop
Alabama Power

Companies are constantly looking for ways to improve their processes and bottom line.  Learning about ways you can partner with your utility, for both your operations and your customers, can lead to process improvements and saving money.  Learn about the opportunities available to you through this presentation.


Economic Update

Chris Kuehl
Armada Corporate Intelligence

The roller coaster ride that has been the story of the economy recently will be reviewed by IHEA’s economist Chris Kuehl.  It’s hard to know what information Chris may have to share by April but it’s sure to be both informative and entertaining.  Chris is continuously rated one of IHEA’s best speakers!



Cyber Security - We're All at Risk

Chris Della Mora, HUB International Risk Services
James Moore, Goyer Management International

It’s inevitable. You’re going to get hacked. Your information is already available to hackers. Find out what you can do to delay the unavoidable.  We’ll share “true stories” and provide you with ways to make your information less valuable to hackers and the immediate steps you need to take if you find yourself hacked.