Barcoding Inc. CEO Steinmetz to Speak as Part of Merrick Engages Series
As part of the University of Baltimore’s Merrick School of Business’ Merrick Engages series, Jay Steinmetz, CEO and co-founder of Baltimore-based Barcoding Inc., will visit the University of Baltimore on Wednesday to discuss “Business Creation and Community Transformation: Why Both Go Together.” The talk will begin at 5:30PM on the 12th floor of the John and Frances Angelos Law Center.
Steinmetz is a systems integrator specializing in the development, deployment and management of enterprise-wide solutions in areas of supply chain architecture and analytics, automatic identification (AIDC), radio frequency identification (RFID), consumables, software and professional services.
His company is a systems integrator specializing in the development, deployment and management of enterprise-wide solutions in areas of supply chain architecture and analytics, automatic identification, radio frequency identification, consumables, software and professional services.
In the talk, Steinmetz will focus on his expertise and experience and share important life lessons he’s learned along the way with those in attendance.
Merrick Engages is a new speaker series that started this semester. The series brings various business leaders to UB to engage in a dialogue with students and faculty about the transformation of business, the importance of new ideas and the promise of future careers in various industries and sectors. Each event will feature an extended conversation between a leading CEO and Murray Dalziel, dean of the Merrick School of Business.
“Our world is moving so fast, and business changes so incredibly quickly now, that I believe it’s valuable to take a moment and recognize the people behind these companies and their successes,” Dalziel said in a statement on the school’s website.
“Not one of our speakers is driven solely by financial success or growth numbers. They each have purely human stories about how they got to the top, the mistakes they made along the way and their amazing breakthroughs. They are fully aware of the need to remain grounded even as their companies grow larger and more impactful. I see a bright, positive future in each of these leaders, and I look forward to introducing them to the community.”
Each event in the Merrick Engages series is free and open to the public. An R.S.V.P. is required. You can read more details on attending here.