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Launch of InnoVision Forum Series “Leading Beyond the Crisis”

By July 22, 2020July 27th, 2020No Comments

July 19, 2020- GREENVILLE SC: InnoVision Awards, a South Carolina-based organization that has focused on recognizing innovative SC companies for more than 20 years, is launching a summer webinar series called “Leading Beyond The Crisis.”   The series will focus on companies and organizations that have pivoted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The first broadcast “Pandemic Pivots” at 11AM on July 28, features Contec, a leading manufacturing company headquartered in Spartanburg.  The Contec leadership team will discuss the unexpected challenges they faced across the company in March when the COVID crisis emerged.

Those who join the webinar (register via GoToWebinar or LinkedIn) will learn the answers to the questions below and then be able to ask the leadership team additional questions.

How did this leading SC firm handle the COVID crisis? 
What were the effects on their employees, production floor, supply chain and strategic customers?  
What role did each of the members of the Executive Leadership Team play?
What can their experience tell us about how to manage through a crisis? 


Contec is a leading manufacturer of contamination control products for manufacturing and healthcare environments worldwide headquartered in Spartanburg SC.

Contec has won several InnoVision Awards and Jack McBride, CEO, is a Dr. Charles Townes Individual Achievement Award Honoree.

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Founded in 1999, the InnoVision Awards program is designed to recognize, honor and promote leadership in innovation and technological excellence, as well as to provide a platform for SC business and community leaders to communicate and collaborate with one another.  Through its awards program and series of forum webinars, InnoVision plays an integral role in the focused efforts to establish South Carolina as a thriving market for economic growth and entrepreneurial activity.


Amy Robichaud 864.884.7023

Dr. Caron St. John