We first started compiling content for this newsletter about six weeks ago. Since then, I have rewritten this note about three different times as a result of the ever-changing dynamics surrounding COVID-19. In a matter of days, our worlds were turned upside down. Plans shifted, events postponed, productions stalled. This has been an unprecedented time,
AIAM’s multi-client lobbying firm, McAlvey Merchant & Associates, rolled out the red carpet for AIAM’s first annual Legislative Day and Board of Director Meeting held on Wednesday, December 4th. The first part of the day took place in downtown Lansing where 40 AIAM members and board members – representing 29 companies – spent time meeting
ANN ARBOR, MI, October 24, 2019—The state’s best aerospace technology will be on display at the University of Michigan during an Aerospace Technology Expo taking place on Thursday, October 31st from 12:00-7:00PM in the Michigan League Building of the University of Michigan, (911 N University Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104). The expo is hosted by
Tony Vernaci, the president of the Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan, joins Dave Akerly on WILS Morning Wake-Up to discuss the latest PwC Report, ranking Michigan number one in the Midwest for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness.
Chris Holman speaks with Tony Vernaci, President/Founder, Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (AIAM), based out of Rochester, MI. He’s back with the Michigan Business Beat now sharing the latest on AIAM and PwC 2019 Report. In the conversation Tony and Chris cover how: – Michigan advanced to 4th in the Nation and best in the
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AIAM was pleased to host PwC during their visit to Michigan April 22nd and 23rd. The visit kicked off with a business roundtable dinner in downtown Detroit between a group of AIAM board members, aerospace executives and community leaders who presented an overview on Michigan’s aerospace industry. The following morning started early with a full-day