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CME launches 2018 Management Issue Survey

Published by Glenda Beaulieu on July 19, 2018

OTTAWA – Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) and the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, and our partners Food & Consumer Products of Canada (FCPC), and BDO Canada LLP released today the 2018 Management Issue Survey.

The bi-annual survey examines the core priorities of Canadian manufacturers today and explore their outlook for the future. It allows manufacturers to drive CME’s common vision and strategy for the future of Canadian manufacturing and global business.

Past iterations of this survey have led to the identification of serious challenges for manufacturers which prompted CME advocacy efforts and resulted positive policy changes, notably in the areas of business tax reductions, investment supports, access to skilled workers and exports supports.

The survey takes 30 minutes to complete and responses will be held strictly confidential. Participants who take CME’s Management Issues Survey before September 7th and could win* 2 tickets to CME’s 2018 Annual General Meeting and Manufacturing Conference, November 7th, where the survey results will be revealed. 

About the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters:

Since 1871, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters has been helping manufacturers grow at home and thrive around the world. In 2016, CME released Industrie 2030 - a roadmap for doubling Canadian manufacturing activity by 2030. Our focus is to ensure the sector is dynamic, profitable, productive, innovative and growing. We aim to do this by strengthening the labour force, accelerating the adoption of advanced technology, supporting product commercialization, expanding marketplaces and, most importantly, ensuring a globally-competitive business environment. CME is a member-driven association that directly represents more than 2,500 leading companies who account for an estimated 82 per cent of manufacturing output and 90 per cent of Canada's exports.

For more information, please contact:
Stefi Proulx
Director of Communications & Branding
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
613-292-6070
stefi.proulx@cme-mec.ca


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