There is no surprise that COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on companies. Manufacturers cannot attend tradeshows or hold events at this time, so they will have to rethink the way they generate leads, network and do business overall.
Never has it been more critical for company leaders and key decision makers to have a clear, impartial, and data-driven perspective. In this webinar, ITR Economics will help you determine the best course of action for the most important part of the economy – you and your business.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many to work from home. Do your employees have remote access to your network and the files they need? Can they work effectively? Do these new work-from-home endpoints increase your cybersecurity risks? Join us for a webinar on how to improve your remote employees’ functionality and security during the COVID-19 crisis.
Join us for a webinar highlighting online training opportunities available through DVIRC and how you can subsidize the related investment through available funding for small and mid-sized manufacturers through the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA).
Join DVIRC and Compliance Management International (CMI) for a webinar to help your organization anticipate and plan for the changing EHS regulatory needs during the COVID-19 crisis.
During the coronavirus pandemic, it seems that the rules for employers are changing every day as federal, state, and local lawmakers issue new regulations and requirements. Cohen Seglias attorney Jonathan Landesman will review information that every manufacturer needs to know during this crisis.
DVIRC has developed a webinar series to help small and mid-sized manufacturers endure this current crisis and keep your business running smoothly. Join us for an overview of business issues you should be considering to keep your company healthy.
Learn how to make your website your best salesperson. Sagan Medvec, Co-Founder of Brand Llama and DVIRC strategic partner, will share best practices on how to leverage your website, combined with digital marketing tactics, to keep customers on the right journey.
Transitioning your business is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Yet despite its importance, succession is almost always started too late, under-planned, and poorly executed. Join DVIRC for a webinar to learn how to plan a successful exit strategy.
Join us for a webinar featuring DVIRC’s strategic partner, Jim Geier, President & CEO of Human Capital Consulting (HCC) Partners, to learn how to recruit the right talent for key positions in your company.
Join DVIRC for a webinar with DVIRC’s strategic partner, Erin Rymsa of Compliance Management International (CMI), for an overview of the different types of targeted inspection programs, and how to reduce your exposure to OSHA violations.
Join DVIRC for a webinar with DVIRC’s strategic partner, Donna Butchko, to learn how to effectively coach employees for optimal, higher-level performance.
Learn the scope of ERP software and evaluate when your company should invest in the benefits that ERP software offers. DVIRC’s Harry Landsburg will present a profile of small to medium-sized manufacturing companies that justifies why an ERP software investment should be made.
Learn how to leverage market insights to think more strategically and make smarter, more informed decisions to grow your business. Our manufacturing and industrial expertise make DVIRC’s market research the best resource for your real-time business intelligence needs.
Learn how to develop a structure within your business to support successful CI efforts. Learn how, under the tutelage of DVIRC’s strategic partner, J.R. McGee, DVIRC clients have had a 74% rate of sustaining CI efforts for 1 year or more.
The whirlwind of running a small or mid-sized business doesn’t always leave time for strategizing. Join DVIRC’s growth experts for a webinar to learn how our Growth Readiness Assessment can help you prioritize and pursue various strategic initiatives to increase your topline, pursue organizational change, enter into a new market or industry, and more.