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The Future of Industrial Manufacturing

September 13, 2017 to May 7, 2018

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The future of industrial manufacturing


Panelists (22)

Patrice L. Tiolet, INPG, MBA, CPSM Entrepreneurship projects at (independent)
Lisa Mitchell MApp Stats MBA FAICD Internationally Exp Director I Senior Exec I Trusted Advisor I Value Chain Transformation I Performance Imp Specialist
Cory Nation Capability Manager, Innovation & Technology at Rolls-Royce
Thompson Mackey, ARM Risk Management Consultant at EPIC ➟ Advising World's Leading Companies on Insurance + Due Diligence + Compliance + Risk
Adam Malofsky, PhD Elemence - Help, Listen & Learn - $2.5B products sold/yr - $70mm+ raised - Collaborator, Coach, Innovator & Advisor
Evans Iyamu, MBA Technology Enthusiast | Product Owner | Corporate Finance
Donnie H. Brooks Owner metric design LAB
Mario Orozco VP Strategy & Business Development, Investor, Board Member, Entrepreneur; former Management Consultant at Bain & Company
Marko Krutyholowa Principal at Concept to Commercialization
Ian Gibson Professor at University of Twente
Ufuk Kivrak Managing Director
Arsalan Minhas Director Solution Consulting at OpenText
Ryan Wasmund Sales Team Manager at Concept Systems Inc.
Frédéric Goutaudier, MBA Project manager - IT specialist - Industry 4.0 advisor - Cofounder of Helphy SAS
Michael A. Campagna, CPIM Chief Marketing Officer at Mimo Monitors
Franck Vermet EMEA Change Leader
Fanish Shukla Lead CIO, Enterprise Architect, Innovator, Founder, Speaker and DeepListener
Parminder Sohal CTO, Digital Transformation, Canadian Markets at DXC Technology
Srikant Menon Director of IOT, Digital Transformation, ML/AI, Design Enthusiast, Member of Leader Excellence at Harvard Square
Michael Tanguay President at Nextas
Patrick Strauss, MSc In transition
Matthew Dietrich CEO | President | General Manager | VP Sales & Marketing | M&A Integration | Organic Revenue Growth & Optimized Profitability

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