MAPP Announces New Exclusive Executive Peer Groups

MAPP Announces New Exclusive Executive Peer Groups

Indianapolis, IN – The Manufacturers Association for Plastics Processors (MAPP) announced a new exclusive, members-only, peer cohort for plastics industry presidents, CEOs and owners called MAPP POWERHOUSE Executive Groups.

Leading a successful plastics organization is often a difficult, lonely and ever-evolving role. To accelerate MAPP leaders learning and expand their knowledge-base, MAPP has created POWERHOUSE - an exclusive peer group for plastics industry presidents, CEOs and owners. POWERHOUSE groups will meet once every three weeks for six meetings to help leaders build stronger organizations.

To ensure that each leader receives the most value, there are strict guidelines on who can join a POWERHOUSE.

  • Must be a plastics industry CEO, president or owner
  • Must be a current MAPP member
  • Must maintain their membership in good standing throughout the program
  • Must agree to the code of conduct and commit to attending each of their POWERHOUSE group's weekly meetings
  • Must agree to the values of the group: visionary, united, and driven

The application for this initiative allows MAPP to create diverse and impactful POWERHOUSE groups of leaders. The first POWERHOUSE meetings will occur in the week of June 18, 2020. The first round of POWERHOUSE Groups will run from June to October 2020. After this, MAPP will re-open the application for new submissions.

“For years, it has been my personal goal, and one of the MAPP staff, to provide a professional development avenue for seasoned business leaders to truly learn from one another. Thanks to the guidance and advice of a small group of MAPP company executives, we are launching a program specific to this demographic and the plastics industry that is guaranteed to allow leaders to connect and learn in a private and confidential platform like never before,” explained Troy Nix, executive director of MAPP.

For more information on MAPP POWERHOUSE groups, or the MAPP association, visit