California Science Center - Loker Conference Room
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037
The AMP SoCal Bi-Annual meeting seeks to inform and engage small- and medium-sized manufacturers and their supply chain who want to learn more about AMP SoCal and its goal of supporting the aerospace and defense (A&D) industrial ecosystem in the 10-county Southern California region. The California Science Center, home of the Space Shuttle Endeavor, will be the fitting location of the meeting, which will be held in the Loker Conference Room.
The theme for this meeting is "Industry in Transition: Changes in Aerospace & Defense". The Bi-Annual meeting will include the following:
Continental Breakfast | Keynote Speaker, Ken Shaw, VP Supply Chain, Boeing Global Services
Featured Speaker, General Petraeus (Ret.) | Industry in Transition Panel | Networking Lunch
Industry 4.0 Panel | Legislative Support Panel | Aerospace Supply Chain Competitiveness Panel
About AMP SoCal
The Advanced Manufacturing Partnership for Southern California (AMP SoCal) collaborates with organizations in both public and private sectors, across government, academia and industry, to strengthen the region’s aerospace and defense manufacturing economy. Led by the Price School – USC Center for Economic Development, in partnership with the city of Los Angeles and more than 135 supporting organizations, AMP SoCal focuses on the southernmost 10 counties in California. The region forms one of the initial 12 federal “Manufacturing Community” designations from the Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) initiative. AMP SoCal’s shared goal is to arm aerospace and defense manufacturers and their supply chain with the provision of tools, talent, and capacity to master the future. For more information, please visit AMPSoCal.org.