Final Call for WFSGI Forum on Manufacturing 4.0: Steps Towards a Future Vision
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – This is the final call for industry peers that want to take part in the WFSGI World Manufacturers Forum. The two day forum takes place on 11 and 12 December in Hi Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It’s still possible to take part in this forum; there are seats left.
The World Manufacturers Forum on ‘Manufacturing 4.0: steps towards a future vision’, is hosted by the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI). As usual, a widely ranged high-calibre keynote speaking line-up drawing from academics, consumer-goods, electronics, and other sectors will present the forum’s topics.
For taking part in the 2018 WFSGI World Manufacturers Forum you can register here.
The World Manufacturers Forum 2018 will discuss the following inspiring topics with its 200 plus C-level audience:
- Software and innovative technologies
- Workforce in a changing landscape
- Industry 4.0 implementation phase
- Raw materials disruption
As usual, the WFSGI will present a widely ranged high-calibre keynote speaking line-up:
- Nick Russell, Founder, IDEA London, University College London
- Martin Strommer, Head of Commercial and Consultant, nCinga Innovations, Singapore
- Catherine Cole, Executive Director, Alvanon, Hong Kong
- Harry Nurmansyah, Regional Manager of Social & Environmental Affairs, adidas Group, Indonesia
- Mark Jarvis, Managing Director, World Textile Information Network (WTiN)
- Christian Decker, CEO, DESMA, German
- Louise Leuchtenberger, Head of Marketing & PR, FOURSOURCE Group GmbH, Germany
- Jonas Wand, Chief Sales Officer, FOURSOURCE Group GmbH, Germany
- Kanji Kajiwara, Research fellow, Coordinator, Shinshu University, Japan
- Marius Janta, Senior Project Manager, Research, Application & BD, WT | Wearable Technologies
The World Manufacturers Forum will be moderated by Edwin Keh, CEO, The Hong Kong Research Institute for Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA).
The WFSGI reports there are only a few seats left for the 2018 World Manufacturers Forum.