Chief Economist and Director of Research
The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI)
“The Global Manufacturing Outlook”
Manufacturing production in the United States is expected to growth modestly faster than the overall economy in 2012. Dan Meckstroth will identify the industries within the manufacturing sector that will drive the growth and explain why some industries that are lagging. He will then discuss the manufacturing outlook in the major regions of the world. A recession in Europe and the extent of a slowdown in Latin America and Asia are included in the global manufacturing outlook presentation.
Note: Registration is open through Tuesday, 1-10-12. As this is a new location, anyone desiring to attend after this date cannot be guaranteed the lunch will be available or that space will be available in the room. In order to help us plan, please make and advanced reservation. Call the NEC 703-493-8824 x1 if you are inquiring after this date.
Entrance to the parking garage is on E street. Address to parking garage is 616 E Street NW Washington 20004. (Carmine's is not affiliated with the parking garage.) The parking garage has an elevator entrance into Carmine's above. Valet parking is available Monday- Sunday after 5pm for $10 dollars.
Metro Trains information.
.14 miles from Carmine's on Metro Stop Archives- Navy Memorial Penn Quarter 701 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D.C. 20004- Come off the train and head north on 7th street NW toward D street NW. Carmine's is on the right.
.21 miles from Carmine's on metro stop Gallery PI- Chinatown 630 H Street NW Washington D.C 20001. Come off the train and use the 7th and F Streets/Verizon Center Exit and head south on 7th Street NW. Carmine's is on the left.