GDS International Summits is going to summit all the top-level executives around North America on the 16-18 October, The Langham Huntington, in Pasadena, California for a Next Generation Manufacturing Summit.
GDS International will play host to a 65-strong consortium of C-level executives and corporate officers from the nation’s most innovative and forward thinking manufacturing companies, attending the latest NG Manufacturing Summit. Positioned at the very pinnacle of industry movements, this year’s Summit promises to continue its trend as the most well respected event for the Manufacturing industry in the US.
The summit will discuss cutting-edge business challenges, ranging from emerging SMART technologies and hurdles, through to traditional and constantly evolving solutions and thought leading ideas surrounding supply chains and operational excellence, to name but a few.
The Summit combines high-level roundtable discussions with next generation solutions that, together with the Director of Manufacturing for GDS International, Joseph Aglio, have been championed by the Summit’s very own NG20 – populated with the industry’s best-in-class thought leaders – who have helped play a pivotal part in shaping the Summit’s two-and-a-half day agenda and trends.
Joseph Aglio, Director of Manufacturing Summits at GDS International, believes the high calibre of speakers and exceptional content, combined with excellent opportunities for networking, give the delegates and sponsors true value for money and a significant return on their investment.
“We’re very proud of the NG Manufacturing Summit. The agenda for our October program encompasses relevant pain points and common challenges that C-level executives are facing in the arena today. Sponsors such as Cisco, AT&T, Apriso, Capstone Turbine will be running workshops focusing around investment priorities for the largest manufacturers in North America.
There’s a phenomenal mix of Supply Chain, Global Manufacturing, Operational Excellence and Logistical Executives at the Summit – while Bob Parker and his team over at our Analyst Partners, IDC, have been instrumental in shaping the content for our roundtables and panel discussions. This event is certainly shaping up to be the best we’ve ever done.”