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CEO Engage – How to Effectively Manage Your Design and Engineering Process

Join CEO Engage, a visionary leadership program, on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Southfield Westin, 1500 Town Center, for an exclusive lunch event. Members will have the chance to speak with our PLM experts about insight challenges that companies are facing in managing their engineering design and data, streamlining the manufacturing process with product lifecycle management and product data management. Reserve your seat in this confidential, transparent, and engaging event.

In this gathering of CEOs we will explore, with a diverse panel, the ins and outs of Product Lifecycle Management and dealing with changed situations. Come and explore your deep questions in this event, titled “Critical Topics for CEOs.”

This program has been designed by seasoned business growth professionals and supported by services from experts in strategic growth, building high performing teams, strategic product development, finance and more. CEO Engage is an initiative of the LTU Collaboratory.

On our panel will include Experts-

Marcus Kincaid

  • Marcus Kincaid is a highly accomplished Business Information Systems Leader with solid and progressive experience in various aspects of technology leadership, strategic planning, and team leadership.

Nathan Rajen

  • Nathan Rajen is a passionate leader focused on leveraging technology to differentiate global businesses and drive process excellence in New Product Innovation, Product Lifecycle Management, Manufacturing, and Business Process Management.

Prabhu Patil

  • Prabhu Patil has experience in successfully defining, executing and stabilizing complex global programs spread across multiple Continents, Countries, Programs and Technologies in the area of CAD/CAM/CAE simulation and PLM solutions.

Rich Solti

  • Rich Solti brings a strong understanding of providing solutions to solve today’s complex business needs. He has been a recognized proven performer as a top sales and recruiting professional by helping grow several organizations throughout his career.

About LTU Collaboratory

The LTU Collaboratory is a hands-on, regional resource center at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield fostering business growth and economic vitality. We assist entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs and second stage start-ups in growing and launching their ideas through education, resources, networking, mentoring and connection to funding sources, all in our state-of-the-art collaborative environment for innovation.

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