How Manufacturers Can Benefit from the CHIPS Act & IRA
October 19 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm PDT$50
In August, President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act (CHIPS) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law. Combined with the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), billions of dollars will be infused into the economy and impact manufacturing in the U.S. Join AMBayArea for a webinar focused on how manufacturers can take advantage of new tax incentives and grant opportunities.
According to the White House, “It (the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022) will strengthen American manufacturing, supply chains, and national security, and invest in research and development, science and technology, and the workforce of the future to keep the United States the leader in the industries of tomorrow, including nanotechnology, clean energy, quantum computing, and artificial intelligence. The CHIPs and Science Act makes the smart investments so that American to compete in and win the future.”
Register today and learn more about potential impacts on manufacturing and your company. Questions may be submitted prior to the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in the Q&A session with the speakers.
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Amber Thomas, Association of Manufacturing Technology
Amber Thomas is the Vice President of Advocacy for the Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT). She has kept a pulse on Washington for AMT’s members for
more 35 years, promoting pro-growth policies and legislation that spur innovation, increase global competitiveness, and build a skilled workforce. Amber works with AMT’s executive team, manufacturing organizations, and other industry stakeholders to establish government relations priorities and educate government leaders on the importance of manufacturing technology to national security, economic prosperity, and job creation.
Erica Cande, Sensiba San Filippo LLP
As a Senior Tax Manager at Sensiba San Filippo LLP,
Gene Russell, Manex President & CEO
As Manex President and CEO, Gene Russell is a driving force behind the consulting firm’s successful track record in helping California manufacturing companies grow and thrive. Manex, which was founded as a non-profit manufacturing resource center in 1995 under the Department of Commerce’s NIST extension program, is part of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, part of the California Manufacturing Network with CMTC, and a key resource for the manufacturing community.