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Digital Manufacturing Forum

A forum to explore how we can pragmatically build better digital manufacturers

Monday 19 October
  • TBC expected mid October (subject to group availability)
  • Andrew Gill

We’ve teamed up with experienced manufacturing practitioner James Simpson to host a best practice forum to explore how to build a better digital manufacturer – and the doors are now open!

We’re inviting a small number of people to join us for a three month period of collaborative problem solving, insight and best practice exchange, and network and relationship building with fellow professionals.

This is not your typical online event; expect to roll up your sleeves and tackle real problems brought to the table by you and other members. There'll be opportunity to co-host sessions and shape discussion topics alongside others who share a passion for driving business improvement and the industry as a whole forward.

The forum will bring together individuals from both operational and IT/technology roles, from a range of organisations in the manufacturing, warehousing and logistics space; with a goal to bridge the gap between those two functions so that organisations can better tackle today’s challenges and capitalise on opportunities.

 

The group will meet online for 1-2 hours twice per month for three months and the output of everyone’s collective effort will form a shareable publication – Build a better digital manufacturer – showcasing the achievements of the organisations involved.

Please note the date/time of the first session will be agreed once the group is formed, however we expect it to be around mid October. Spaces are limited.

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