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About the author:
Michele Nash-Hoff has worked in San Diego's high-tech manufacturing industry for over 35 years and founded ElectroFab Sales in 1985 to help companies select the right manufacturing processes for their new and existing products.
She also served as manager of the San Diego Enterprise Center in 1998, a new business incubator for start-up companies, while continuing to run ElectroFab. The National Business Incubation Association published Michele's first book, For Profit Business Incubators, that same year.
Michele has been president of the San Diego Electronics Network, the San Diego Chapter of the Electronics Representatives Association, and The High Technology Foundation, as well as several professional and non-profit organizations. She is on the steering committee for the San Diego Inventors Forum and a managing member of CleanCubatorSD LLC. Michele is currently a director on the national board of the American Jobs Alliance and Chair of the California chapter of the Coalition for a Prosperous America.
She graudated San Diego State University with a B. A. in French and Spanish and is a 1994 graduate of San Diego's leadership program (LEAD San Diego.) She has a certificate in Total Quality Management and had taken classes in lean manufacturing and Six Sigma.
Can American Manufacturing Be Saved?
Why We Should and How We Can
This book details how manufacturing developed in America through the industrial revolution and labor movement, analyzes the impact of outsourcing offshore and our nation's trade policies, looks at what various organizations are doing to try to help save American manufacturing, and what we can do as individuals from the perspective of business owners, employees, consumers, and voters to save American manufacturing.
Author Michele Nash-Hoff argues that we will not be able to save American manufacturing unless we develop a national manufacturing strategy and change our trade policies. She supports a "Buy American" policy, recommends preventing the sale of strategic U.S.-owned companies to foreign companies, and enacting legislation to prevent corporations from avoiding income taxes by incorporating in a foreign country.
The 2012 edition also describes the "Reshoring Initiative" and considers the reasons why companies are returning manufacturing back to America from Asia.
- Publication Date:
- 1468173693 / 9781468173697
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Commercial Policy