Industry Decision Makers Convened In Tucson At NAWLA Leadership Summit

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The North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA) recently welcomed members and guests to its annual Leadership Summit in Tucson, AZ at the El Conquistador Spa and Resort. The event helped kickoff a year in which NAWLA celebrates its 130th anniversary.

The recent three-day Leadership Summit focused on relevant management topics and key trends, including a look at future economic considerations and perspectives from executives in the lumber industry. Attendees were able to listen and participate in the top conversations driving the forest product and building material industries today, according to NAWLA.

Among the topics discussed were: “Navigating Constraints and Challenges: North American Lumber Supply – A Regional Perspective,” “Mindshift – Preparing Your Culture For the Workplace of Tomorrow,” “State of the Housing Market and Wider Economy,” and “Navigating the AI Revolution in the Lumber Industry.”

Receptions, board of directors and committee meetings were included in the Leadership Summit agenda.

The 2025 NAWLA Leadership Summit will be held March 10-12 in California. Venue to be announced in the future.

Learn more at www.nawla.org.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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