MILWAUKEE, WISC. – The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is looking for nominees for its 2023 Hall of Fame ceremony.
The nomination form specifies AEM Hall fo Fame inductees should exemplify the guiding principles of innovation, industry contributions, leadership and corporate citizenship and social responsibility.
“When you look at the members of the AEM Hall of Fame, it’s clear none of them would be there without including the people around them, on both a professional and personal level. That’s why it’s important we include not only the innovators themselves, but also those that empowered the people and communities that made their success possible,” AEM president Megan Tanel said in a statement.
An AEM release recognized 2022 inductee and Genie founder Sherman Ward “Bud” Bushnell who was described by Genie, Inc president Simon Meester as a person “leading by example, putting the customer first and focusing on the team to make it happen has made us the company we are in the last 55 years.”
2021 inductee Trimble senior vice-president Bryn Fosburgh was also highlighted for his work on real-time kinematic technology for GPS systems, improving technology education in Western Africa and assisting with disaster relief in East Asia, the release stated.
The AEM Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for 2023 until Friday, June 16.