Gregg Lowe, president and chief executive officer of Cree — the semiconductor manufacturer now building a $1 billion chip fabrication plant in Marcy — will headline FuzeHub’s upcoming food-and-technology trade event on Wednesday, June 2, according to a release.
FuzeHub is a nonprofit organization that connects New York’s small and mid-sized manufacturing companies to resources and programs spurring business growth.
The event, “How the Mohawk Valley Feeds Innovation” is a virtual expo for the industries that support New York State’s agricultural and technology ecosystems, from food and beverage producers to packagers to semiconductor fabricators.
Other speakers include:
Cathleen McColgin, president of Herkimer College;
Randall VanWagoner, president of Mohawk Valley Community College;
Franca Armstrong, associate vice president of workforce development and dean of Mohawk Valley Community College’s Rome Campus;
Cory Albrecht, director of the Advanced Institute for Manufacturing;
Bill McDonald, associate dean at Herkimer College;
Everton H. Henriques, NY MEP solutions director at FuzeHub; and
John Piseck, executive director of the Herkimer County Industrial Development Agency (IDA).
For more information, visit: https://fuzehub.com/how-the-mohawk-valley-feeds-innovation/