NFFS Offers Free Webinar: 2020 Election Outcomes and Manufacturing in 2021
During this unprecedented time where business travel and face-to-face meetings, including the 2021 Industry Executive Conference, have been cancelled, businesses are left with the tough task of maintaining and growing their businesses with fewer sales and Regardless of the outcomes, all elections bring uncertainty for manufacturers, with the 2020 campaigns being no exception. In response, NFFS will be sponsoring a free industry webinar, “2020 Election Outcomes and Manufacturing in 2021,” to be held on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. To register for this webinar, go to www.nffs.org/electionrecap.
Omar S. Nashashibi, a Founding Partner with The Franklin Partnership in Washington, D.C. and a lobbyist and consultant for manufacturing trade associations and businesses, will provide insight into the 2020 elections and how its outcomes will affect your business.
The race for the White house, battle for the Senate, and Speaker Pelosi’s hold on the U.S. House have a profound impact on the government’s approach to trade, taxes, regulations and workforce policy. Mr. Nashashibi will preview the possible scenarios for legislation and regulation in 2021, which manufacturing priorities have a realistic chance of success and what threats to the industry loom on the horizon. In a world of ever growing uncertainty, gathering information you trust directly from Washington can mean the difference between striving and struggling in today’s environment.
Omar Nashashibi is a Founding Partner with The Franklin Partnership, a bipartisan lobbying and strategic consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Having worked in the nation’s capital for over twenty years, Mr. Nashashibi lobbies the White House and Congress on behalf of manufacturing companies, associations, hospitals, municipalities, and other interests. Also providing consulting services on the impact of government actions on businesses and supply chains, Mr. Nashashibi speaks extensively at conferences and corporate meetings on public policy and politics. Before founding his own firm in 2005, Mr. Nashashibi worked for the Office of Management and Budget, a branch of the White House, and a large multi-state law firm. Omar graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he studied Political Science and International Affairs.