INL announces latest webinar in industry engagement series

October 12, 2020

By INL Media Relations

INL News Release
Oct. 7, 2020

Michelle Goff, (208) 932-6581,

IDAHO FALLS — This month, INL’s Small Business Program will host a webinar on the energy industry supply chain with a focus on supply chain risk management. Speakers will include Amy Lientz, INL Energy Industry Supply Chain program director; Mark Bronson, INL supply chain expert; and Barbara Siciliano, senior advisor to INL’s deputy laboratory director for management and operations.

The INL Industry Engagement webinar series kicked off in June and has continued on a monthly basis, discussing topics such as INL partnership opportunities, the National Reactor Innovation Center, small business recovery during COVID-19, and small business growth and development.

Scheduling information for this upcoming webinar is below:

INL Industry Engagement Webinar #5

Featuring: Amy Lientz, Mark Bronson and Barbara Siciliano

Wednesday, Oct. 14

9 to 10 a.m. (MDT)

Register Here

Anyone interested in learning more about opportunities for small businesses in Idaho and partnerships with INL is invited to join.

Click here to see a schedule of upcoming events. Recordings are available for the June, July, August and September webinars. There will be a live Q&A session with Lientz, Bronson and Siciliano at the end of their presentations for those able to attend the live event. For those who are unable to attend live, there will be a recording available after the session.



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