Ecosystems to dominate agenda at 2019 National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition
Published: 5 December 2018 - Sarah Mead
Ecosystems and the environment are set to top the agenda at this years National Manufacturing and SupplyChain Conference and Exhibition. The green event which takes place at the Citywest Convention Centre on the 17th of January will attract senior management, established practicing engineers and researchers among others.
Over 4,000 key decision makers,150 speakers, 300 exhibitors and 100 investors are expected to turnout to the conference and exhibition which highlights developments in manufacturing technology and practise.
A host of pedigree companies are taking part in this years event including:
· Johnson & Johnson
· Dawn Meats
· Proctor & Gamble
The innovative event will ensure delegates gain industry insights to help their business plan ahead, share good practice and learn from each other’s experience, connect with senior business leaders to uncover new business opportunities and meet with key technology providers.
In addition to this, new approaches, innovation and technology to help achieve a more eco-friendly Ireland will be showcased frommanufacturing industry leaders. The manufacturing sector is currently the second largest employer in Ireland with figures from Forfás revealing 205,700 people are working in the industry directly.
Speaking about the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition 2019, Colin Murphy, Exhibition Organiser and Publisher said ‘’This years event aims to be bigger and better than ever. With over 4,000 attendees and an emphasis on ecosystems in industrial manufacturing the events will provide unique insights into technology and innovation, an area that is rapidly developing as the world becomes more environmentally conscious .‘’
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