Virtual trade show focuses on supply chain

Renderings courtesy of Web Fair Virtual

Economic development organizations from 16 Charlotte-area counties will present a business expo designed to build business connections among Charlotte region manufacturers and strengthen regional supply chains.

“Of the many changes and impacts experienced this past year, there have been many instances in our Lake Norman region where local manufacturers have experienced significant supply chain disruptions,” said Ryan McDaniels, head of Lake Norman Economic



Supply chain disruptions have occurred both upstream and downstream from the manufacturing process.

The virtual event is Feb. 16-17.

The virtual trade show will include manufacturers from North and South Carolina.

Officially named Stream 2021,” it features:

—The ability to find, schedule and conduct online business-to-business meetings with potential buyers/suppliers

—Tools to network with other Stream 2021 attendees through real-time chat, discussion forums, and one-on-one or small group video conversations directly in the platform • Industry-experts speaking on a variety of supply chain topics relevant to Lake Norman manufacturers

—Branded-booths to showcase products and services

Interested manufacturers can register between now and January 29th, either as an exhibitor, or as an attendee to virtually “walk” the Stream 2021 exhibit halls.


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