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Understanding the Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem Fund

Understanding the Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem Fund

About this Webinar The Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem (AME) Fund of $7.5 million seeks to build the advanced manufacturing ecosystem in the Northern Territory. The fund aims to grow advanced manufacturing capabilities and increase investment in and output of...

Step 7. Value of Services

Step 7. Value of Services

Panelists: Sandra Duarte, CEO, Centrum Printing Sandra is passionate, motivated and a strong believer in providing opportunities for young Australians to grow and expand their horizons by being educated, trained and being inspired to achieve. Sandra has thirty years’...

Step 6. Value of Sales

Step 6. Value of Sales

Panelists: Christelle Damiens, Managing Director, Exportia Christelle Damiens is the Managing Director of Exportia, which provides an outsourced European Sales & Marketing team to Australian B2B manufacturing and technology companies. Christelle Damiens founded...

Step 5. Value of Distribution

Step 5. Value of Distribution

Panelists: Susan Cull, Chief Executive Officer, ICT International Pty Ltd Susan Cull has thirty-six years’ experience in development and management of ICT International, a role she has shared with her husband Dr Peter Cull. Combined they have developed ICT...

Step 4. Value of Production

Step 4. Value of Production

Panelists: Kimberley Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO, Shingleback off Road ​Kimberley Taylor is Co-Founder and CEO of Shingleback Off Road. Shingleback Off Road develops products that help bridge the gap between time-poor families and the great outdoors. Shingleback Off...

Step 3. Value of Logistics

Step 3. Value of Logistics

Panelists: Michelle Shi-Verdaasdonk, Global Manufacturing and Procurement Director, Dyson Michelle has 15 years’ industry experience and is currently Global Manufacturing and Procurement Director at Dyson. Prior to that, Michelle held various management positions at...

Step 2. Value of Design

Step 2. Value of Design

Panelists: Alex Birrell, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Cleanspace Dr Birrell joined CleanSpace in 2010 and has been the Chief Executive Officer of CleanSpace since 2014 and a director since 2015. Dr Birrell has worked in senior management roles in...

Step 1. Value of Research and Development (R&D)

Step 1. Value of Research and Development (R&D)

Panelists: Dr Jacqui McRae, Manager, ARC Graphene Research HubJacqui is the Manager of the ARC Graphene Research Hub based at the University of Adelaide. She joined the team in 2019 after 10 years as a Research Scientist at the Australian Wine Research Institute,...

Remotely Assisted Manufacturing

Remotely Assisted Manufacturing

About this webinar AMGC in conjunction with Glenfield Digital Group, are proud to present the online webinar on Remotely assisted manufacturing in a COVID world. This online webinar will be placing you in the box seat as a remote expert to assist in a Western...

Understanding the Commercialisation Fund

Understanding the Commercialisation Fund

About this Webinar The Federal Government’s $30 million Commercialisation Fund has been devised to support Australia’s manufacturers to turn their good ideas into world-beating realities that create more local jobs.   Managed and administered by AMGC, in collaboration...

Leveraging the COVID-19 Manufacturers Response Register

Leveraging the COVID-19 Manufacturers Response Register

About this Webinar More than just a place to buy and sell critical medical and personal protective equipment, the Register is a place to find like-minded manufacturers and suppliers to forge connections and business collaborations.   This webinar will feature...

Way 10: Extend your market reach

Way 10: Extend your market reach

Companies that export can transform their growth trajectory and profitability. Export opportunities are often ‘out of sight, out of mind’, and easily missed. Hear how other manufacturers have extended their market reach and how you can increase the likelihood of...

Way 9: Build your workforce and culture

Way 9: Build your workforce and culture

Many skills gaps can be filled by developing the abilities of existing employees. Company culture has a big effect on employee retention and many successful manufacturers make it a priority. Join us for a conversation on how a collaborative culture that prioritises...

Way 8: Hire the right people

Way 8: Hire the right people

Hiring the right people can be difficult, but it is crucial for long-term success. Australia has a talent pool, as well as international hires, who could be a good fit for roles across the value chain. Reaching talented people can require thought about how and where a...

Way 7: Access Capital

Way 7: Access Capital

Access to capital is a perennial problem for smaller business, and particularly for manufacturers looking to invest in advanced technology. Preparing loan applications, financial modelling and navigating grant processes require different skills than those used for the...

Way 6: Adopt Technology

Way 6: Adopt Technology

New technologies can deliver significant productivity gains and make companies more responsive to customers and competitive changes. Many manufacturers are being held back by lack of information and a sense they need to make ‘all-or-nothing’ changes. Hear how getting...

Way 5: Work with Research Institutions

Way 5: Work with Research Institutions

Collaboration with researchers is a hallmark of Australia’s most advanced manufacturing companies. New tools, new awareness of the benefits, and new recognition of the need to remove institutional barriers are making it easier for future collaborations. Join us for a...

Webinar 4: Network and Collaborate

Webinar 4: Network and Collaborate

Did you know collaboration can make firms more profitable and innovative by sharing ideas, discovering opportunities, and spreading risk? You can reap these benefits by mining personal networks, seeking out established networking programs and putting aside zero-sun...

Opportunities in space for Australian manufacturers

Opportunities in space for Australian manufacturers

About this Webinar Space is a fast-growing and competitive commercial sector that is undergoing rapid transformation. In 2018, the sector was estimated to be worth around US$350 billion. Space technology is smaller, lighter and more precise than ever before. The space...

Way 3: Plan for change

Way 3: Plan for change

Proactive planning can help manufacturing business grow and take advantage of opportunities, rather than be reactive. It can be hard to know where to start and how to find the time to work ‘on’ the business, not ‘in’ the business. Learn how small, practical steps can...

Way 2: Focus on leadership

Way 2: Focus on leadership

Good leadership is needed to ensure changes stick and it underpins all the ways towards advanced manufacturing outlined in the 10 Ways to Succeed. Leadership is needed whether you are the business owner, CEO, or a manager within a larger organisation. Join us for a...

Way 1: Recognise Australian manufacturing’s strength

Way 1: Recognise Australian manufacturing’s strength

Manufacturers are typically proud of their business yet feel that the general public and students do not value manufacturing as highly as they should. Our research shows Australians do recognise the economic importance of manufacturing and are optimistic about its...

Step 7. Value of Services

Step 7. Value of Services

Panelists: Sandra Duarte, CEO, Centrum Printing Sandra is passionate, motivated and a strong believer in providing opportunities for young Australians to grow and expand their horizons by being educated, trained and being inspired to achieve. Sandra has thirty years’...

Step 6. Value of Sales

Step 6. Value of Sales

Panelists: Christelle Damiens, Managing Director, Exportia Christelle Damiens is the Managing Director of Exportia, which provides an outsourced European Sales & Marketing team to Australian B2B manufacturing and technology companies. Christelle Damiens founded...

Step 5. Value of Distribution

Step 5. Value of Distribution

Panelists: Susan Cull, Chief Executive Officer, ICT International Pty Ltd Susan Cull has thirty-six years’ experience in development and management of ICT International, a role she has shared with her husband Dr Peter Cull. Combined they have developed ICT...

Step 4. Value of Production

Step 4. Value of Production

Panelists: Kimberley Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO, Shingleback off Road ​Kimberley Taylor is Co-Founder and CEO of Shingleback Off Road. Shingleback Off Road develops products that help bridge the gap between time-poor families and the great outdoors. Shingleback Off...

Step 3. Value of Logistics

Step 3. Value of Logistics

Panelists: Michelle Shi-Verdaasdonk, Global Manufacturing and Procurement Director, Dyson Michelle has 15 years’ industry experience and is currently Global Manufacturing and Procurement Director at Dyson. Prior to that, Michelle held various management positions at...

Step 2. Value of Design

Step 2. Value of Design

Panelists: Alex Birrell, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Cleanspace Dr Birrell joined CleanSpace in 2010 and has been the Chief Executive Officer of CleanSpace since 2014 and a director since 2015. Dr Birrell has worked in senior management roles in...

Step 1. Value of Research and Development (R&D)

Step 1. Value of Research and Development (R&D)

Panelists: Dr Jacqui McRae, Manager, ARC Graphene Research HubJacqui is the Manager of the ARC Graphene Research Hub based at the University of Adelaide. She joined the team in 2019 after 10 years as a Research Scientist at the Australian Wine Research Institute,...

Way 10: Extend your market reach

Way 10: Extend your market reach

Companies that export can transform their growth trajectory and profitability. Export opportunities are often ‘out of sight, out of mind’, and easily missed. Hear how other manufacturers have extended their market reach and how you can increase the likelihood of...

Way 9: Build your workforce and culture

Way 9: Build your workforce and culture

Many skills gaps can be filled by developing the abilities of existing employees. Company culture has a big effect on employee retention and many successful manufacturers make it a priority. Join us for a conversation on how a collaborative culture that prioritises...

Way 8: Hire the right people

Way 8: Hire the right people

Hiring the right people can be difficult, but it is crucial for long-term success. Australia has a talent pool, as well as international hires, who could be a good fit for roles across the value chain. Reaching talented people can require thought about how and where a...

Way 7: Access Capital

Way 7: Access Capital

Access to capital is a perennial problem for smaller business, and particularly for manufacturers looking to invest in advanced technology. Preparing loan applications, financial modelling and navigating grant processes require different skills than those used for the...

Way 6: Adopt Technology

Way 6: Adopt Technology

New technologies can deliver significant productivity gains and make companies more responsive to customers and competitive changes. Many manufacturers are being held back by lack of information and a sense they need to make ‘all-or-nothing’ changes. Hear how getting...

Way 5: Work with Research Institutions

Way 5: Work with Research Institutions

Collaboration with researchers is a hallmark of Australia’s most advanced manufacturing companies. New tools, new awareness of the benefits, and new recognition of the need to remove institutional barriers are making it easier for future collaborations. Join us for a...

Webinar 4: Network and Collaborate

Webinar 4: Network and Collaborate

Did you know collaboration can make firms more profitable and innovative by sharing ideas, discovering opportunities, and spreading risk? You can reap these benefits by mining personal networks, seeking out established networking programs and putting aside zero-sun...

Way 3: Plan for change

Way 3: Plan for change

Proactive planning can help manufacturing business grow and take advantage of opportunities, rather than be reactive. It can be hard to know where to start and how to find the time to work ‘on’ the business, not ‘in’ the business. Learn how small, practical steps can...

Way 2: Focus on leadership

Way 2: Focus on leadership

Good leadership is needed to ensure changes stick and it underpins all the ways towards advanced manufacturing outlined in the 10 Ways to Succeed. Leadership is needed whether you are the business owner, CEO, or a manager within a larger organisation. Join us for a...

Way 1: Recognise Australian manufacturing’s strength

Way 1: Recognise Australian manufacturing’s strength

Manufacturers are typically proud of their business yet feel that the general public and students do not value manufacturing as highly as they should. Our research shows Australians do recognise the economic importance of manufacturing and are optimistic about its...