Next Generation Manufacturing Europe Summit 2011 Fosters Innovation For Industry Leading ExecutivesBy Gds International, PRNE
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
BRISTOL, England, November 2, 2011 -
Next Generation Manufacturing Europe, which took place from 20th - 22nd September at the Intercontinental La Torre Gold Resort, Murcia, Spain provided leading executives the chance to establish strong business relationships, which will see the start of many innovative and exciting new ventures.
The summit saw senior level executives companies across Europe meet to discuss objectives such as minimising costs, lean manufacturing, maximising synergy, and improving process sustainability in a relaxed and vibrant environment. Speakers included leading industry professionals such as Karl Crombach, EMEA Director Manufacturing & Resources Microsoft Corporation; Bob Parker, Group VP Research, IDC Manufacturing Insights; and Kris Moortgat, Group Operations Director Benelux, Norway & Sweden, Coca-Cola Enterprises. Industry leading companies including Microsoft, Oliver Wyman, and Promethean sponsored the event.
Technology executives had ample opportunity to network with peers. Peter Vandenberghe of ArcelorMittal said, “Excellent Networking opportunity combined with some valuable insights in technology as well as other business matters.”
As well as comprehensive workshops, the summit involved panel discussions offering executives moderated, peer-led discussions on major industry issues. One-to-one meetings gave delegates the chance to meet with business analysts and analyst partners to discuss strategy and technology demands for a rapidly evolving industry.
A total of 16 workshops covered a range of exciting and pressing topics for the telecommunications industry. Topics included management techniques, lean manufacturing, disaster recovery, productivity, disruptive technology, security, supply chain, virtualisation, and more.
Fay Bednall, Summit Director at GDS International, the global business event company behind NG Manufacturing Europe, says, “We have always been proud of the quality of our summits, but this years’ Next Generation Manufacturing Europe Summit was one of our best yet. It is very rewarding to know that our events provide the environment for executives to meet and build valuable relationships that will lead to many exciting new ventures and innovations.”
See what the delegates had to see about the event at www.ngmanufacturingeu.com/.
About GDS International:
GDS International is one of the most innovative events and media companies worldwide and a globally renowned producer of business-to-business summits, conferences, online information and advisory group gatherings.
Founded in 1993, GDS International specialises in meeting the B2B marketing needs of our clients. Having a strong presence in mature industrial sectors but a finger on the pulse of emerging markets - as well as up-and-coming B2B business verticals - means we are perfectly placed to capitalise on the exciting developments brought about by the advent of a globalised economy.
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