Reed Exhibitions is offering two free delegate passes to its National Manufacturing Week Conference, May 25 – 26 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Each ticket covers entry to both days’ programs, and is valued at $990.
The NMW Conference is designed as a private briefing and discussion with industry leaders and analysts, on themes around Embracing innovation for a competitive, efficient and sustainable future. It will include strategy overviews, case studies and expert discussion to help delegates develop action plans for their business.
Commencing with a keynote address by Victoria’s Minister for Manufacturing, Richard Dalla-Riva, on the morning of May 25, the conference program is available here.
Key themes will include:
• Domestic Manufacturing versus Global Offshoring
A panel discussion on when to keep production local vs producing offshore.
• Advanced Manufacturing Technology: investing in technology for an efficient, productive and profitable future
• Smart Manufacturing support
Australian Government assistance programs available through AusIndustry for manufacturers interested in developing new capabilities;
• Fostering Business between manufacturers and local suppliers
A joint discussion between the Industry Capability Network/ Enterprise Connect and Defense Industry Innovation Centre and Automotive Supplier Excellence Association
To enter, please write a short note – 25 words or less – on why your business needs to embrace innovation.
Entries must be emailed to Patrick Bell at Reed Exhibitions – Patrick.firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am Monday May 23.
Entry is available to trade visitors who are registered to attend NMW 2011 Exhibition. Be sure to include your contact details (especially how you can be reached during NMW).