Young Industry Professional Breakfast
In conjunction with…
Marketing for Manufacturers Forum at
Where Business and Manufacturing Meet Strategy
|All young industry professionals are invited…|
…to participate and network with other industry professionals at a special Young Industry Professional Breakfast, in conjunction with the Marketing for Manufacturers Forum at the 6th Ceramic and Business Leadership Summit (CBLS 2017), April 24, 2017, 7:30 a.m., in Cleveland, Oh, USA.
A special young professional registration rate of $395 (extended to on or before March 31) includes the main CBLS program PLUS this special breakfast and talk designed exclusively for rising industry stars!
Emerging industry professionals have a unique opportunity to participate in this special session over breakfast during CBLS 2017, featuring Ryan Koseski from Saint-Gobain Ceramics. He will discuss how to translate technical skills to marketing in industry. This topic is ideal for young professionals who have product or marketing responsibilities and will be beneficial before the main CBLS program begins at 9 a.m.
Ryan Koseski is the technical manager at Saint-Gobain Ceramics – Hexoloy in Niagara Falls, N.Y., responsible for R&D, new product development, process development and continuous improvement, and sales and marketing technical support. Within Saint-Gobain, he was previously Technical Manager at Saint-Gobain Boron Nitride and Senior Research Engineer at the Northborough Research and Development Center. Ryan holds a BS in Chemical Engineering, an MS in Engineering, and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. Ryan held a post-doctoral fellowship at NIST in Gaithersburg, Md. as a member of the Ceramics Division. He was also the Senior Scientist at Nittany Extraction Technologies, LLC, a start-up company based on technology developed during his doctoral research. Koseski is a member of The American Ceramic Society.
CBLS 2017 is April 24, 2017, immediately preceding the 3rd annual Ceramics Expo April 25-27, 2017.
Ceramic and Glass Power Week 2017—CBLS, Targeted Learning Workshops, Ceramics Expo, and more.