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David Palmer | Workforce Intelligence Network

Communicating Business
June 21, 2018 1:00 PM


The future of Michigan’s workforce was a major topic at the 2018 Mackinac Policy Conference. One of the experts part of that discussion was David Palmer Senior Director for Strategies & Partnerships at the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) for Southeast Michigan.

He talks in this segment about the communications challenges in speaking to workforce development and how his organization overcomes them.

PalmerMatt Friedman finds out while at the recent Mackinac Policy Conference up on Mackinac Island.

David's work is focused on supporting WIN’s occupational cluster strategy in southeast Michigan for the areas of Advanced Manufacturing, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, Information Technology and other sectors important to the Detroit labor shed. He supports numerous WIN initiatives including Opportunity Detroit Tech, Apprenti, MAGMA, ExperienceIT Detroit, and MI Bright Future. He also acts as the lead staff for Advance Michigan, which has helped bring over $40 million in federal investments to partner organizations in the region since June, 2014. 


For more knowledge, news, and insights visit: www.michiganbusinessnetworks.com

To hear Matt and Kevin's full interview please click on the embedded SoundCloud PodCast shared just below.

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Communicating Business, hosted by Matt Friedman, focuses on the best practices and opportunities in public relations, marketing, branding, philanthropy, and community relations. Key strategies on ways businesses can communicate messages effectively to the proper audiences are also be discussed. The show features interviews with Michigan business leaders and professional communicators from a wide array of industries.

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