Yakima Manufacturing Accelerator

CAMPS Accelerator

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The Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound (CAMPS) is hosting its Manufacturing Accelerator at Yakima Chief Hops on April 10 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

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The Manufacturing Accelerator is a peer-to-peer network that is exclusive to manufacturing owners and executives in Washington State no matter the size or stage of business. It includes in-person meetings and online resources with the purpose of growing the success of manufacturing in Washington State.

The CAMPS Manufacturing Accelerator consists of three elements:

  1. Empowering Manufacturing Leaders with Practical Tools: CAMPS understands the value of actionable programs, the Accelerator program provides manufacturing leaders with the resources they need to achieve their important goals and overcome the challenges along the way.
  2. Building Bridges Through Collaboration:
    Through three annual face-to-face meetings, the Accelerator program lays the foundation for manufacturers to connect, share experiences, and collaborate with local, state, and federal programs that support manufacturing growth.
  3. Providing Access to Growth-fueling Resources:
    The Accelerator program is designed to give manufacturing leaders access to online resources for revenue, funding, and support services.

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