Southeastern Wisconsin is experiencing an industrial manufacturing renaissance with Foxconn, Amazon, and Haribou establishing a presence. It has become increasingly more important to have a strong manufacturing website design to draw in new sales leads and assist in attracting and retaining good employees. This workshop covers the digital best practices we’ve learned in the past 20 years developing successful manufacturing company websites and online product catalogs.

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Successful Websites and Online Catalogs for Manufacturers


Successful Manufacturing Websites

Date & Location

Thursday, February 21st

Northwoods Web Solutions 
1572 East Capitol Drive 
Shorewood, WI 53211

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8:15 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. - Check In / Coffee

8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - Workshop / Q&A



Create a site that draws in leads and attracts talent

Optimism in manufacturing output is at an all-time high, yet the excitement comes at a time of great digital transformation in manufacturing. Successful companies demand that a manufacturing company website draw in new sales leads as well as attract new talent to fill greater demand. This workshop covers the best practices Northwoods has uncovered over the past 20 years developing successful websites for manufacturers and online product catalogs.

Key Takeaways

  • Why your current manufacturing website design may be frustrating your users
  • What best practices for online product catalogs drive in new sales leads
  • How leveraging ERP platforms simplify the content management process
  • Why manufacturer websites that actively create new content have greater success in attracting new business
  • How social media is a key component to a successful manufacturing hiring process

Who Should Attend

  • Manufacturing & distribution business owners, managers
  • Marketing directors & marketing teams
  • Website managers & staff
Patrick BieserPatrick Bieser/President, CEO & Founder of Northwoods

Patrick Bieser is the Founder of Northwoods and an expert in website usability and design. He has spent the last 20 years honing his software development skills by day and website design skills by night. He is also the product manager behind the Titan Content Management System (CMS). Someday, Patrick hopes to become a Youtube sensation by launching the first videos focused on product training to go viral.

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