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How to build an Automation or Robotics Strategy for your business - Welshpool

3 August 2021

AutoControl Systems, 266 Treasure Rd Nth, Welshpool, WA

Data Science Discovery Series: Manufacturing - Perth

20 July 2021

Telstra Customer Insight Centre Level 17, 125 Saint Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6000

Modern Manufacturing: The New Opportunity

1 July 2021

Melbourne CBD

How to turn your practical experience into a profitable product - Adelaide

19 May 2021

Tonsley Innovation District, 6 MAB Eastern Promenade, Tonsley SA 5042

NextGen Manufacturing Seminar - Albury

14 April 2021

Mantra Albury Hotel, 524 Smollett St, Albury NSW 2640

Manufacturing Opportunities in Australia

18 March 2021

Polaris Centre, Innovation House 50 Mawson Lakes Blvd Mawson Lakes, SA 5095

Advancing Manufacturing Breakfast

10 March 2021

The Inchcolm, 73 Wickham Tce, Spring Hill, QLD 4000

Special 'Future Queensland' Event

25 March 2021

Customs House, 399 Queen St, Brisbane, QLD 4000

How to build an additive manufacturing strategy - Adelaide

17 March 2021

Room 5.29, 5th floor, main building, Tonsley Campus, South Road, Tonsley SA 5042

How to build an additive manufacturing (3D printing) strategy for your business - Eight Mile Plains

20 October 2020

The Glen Hotel, 24 Gaskell Street, Eight Mile Plains, Queensland, 4113

The Path to Advanced Manufacturing - Murray Bridge (postponed)

20 July 2021

Murray Bridge Town Hall, 13-17 Bridge Street, Murray Bridge 5253, SA

Manufacturing for a Circular Economy - Adelaide

3 December 2019

Rooms 1.01, 1.02,1.03, Flinders University, Tonsley Precinct, 1284 South Road, Clovelly Park SA, 5042

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17 September 2021

Investing In Resilience: Manufacturing, Adapting to the New Normal

Investing In Resilience: Manufacturing, Adapting to the New Normal

Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) is proud to present, Investing In Resilience: Manufacturing, Adapting to the New Normal

About this Event

APPMA is proud to present Manufacturing, Adapting to the New Normal

Keynote: A Global Perspective: Manufacturing as the New Engine of Growth

COVID-19 created the perfect storm, disrupting value chains in an unprecedented way, forcing companies to rethink their manufacturing and supply chain strategies. Now, a combination of threats – climate change, a volatile global economy, fragile geopolitical conditions – is pushing organisations to assume that crises are likely going to happen more often.
In order to navigate future disruptions and build resilience, companies need to accelerate the adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies as well as be able to continuously adapt.

By transforming operations through advanced manufacturing technologies, manufacturers can enable new business models that deliver value not only to themselves but also their teams, society and the environment. This concept of Stakeholder Capitalism will not only create a productivity revolution but will also drive economic growth.

In this session, Francisco Betti, Head of Advanced Manufacturing for the World Economic Forum, will discuss how regional economies and the manufacturing sector have an opportunity to boost competitiveness and growth by re-thinking their manufacturing strategies and repositioning themselves in the global landscape.

Panel Discussion: Manufacturing – Adapting to the new normal

What will the role of manufacturing be in the economic recovery and how does the renewed focus on re-shoring and supply chain security provide opportunities for industry growth?
Discussion points to be covered:

  • Convergence of risk management with sustainability goals
  • The role of packaging and processing in achieving sustainability targets including the 2025 National Packaging Targets
  • Workforce planning and skills retention
  • Digital transformation and automation to build efficiency
  • Compliance and standardization
  • Ensuring the voice of industry is heard at the policy level

To learn more and to register, please click here.

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Location: Online webinar

Time: 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm

Cost: FREE

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20 September 2021

Digital Manufacturing Expo

Digital Manufacturing Expo

Innovation Central Perth is inviting industry, academics and students to visit a Digital Manufacturing Expo held at Innovation Central Perth

About this Event

The Digital Manufacturing Expo will bring together different companies to showcase emerging digital manufacturing trends and insights into Industry 4.0.

This expo is a free, catered event featuring trade displays from an array of digital manufacturing companies. The event is open to industry, academics, students, and others interested in IoT technology, 5G network, 3D printing, Predictive data, AI analytics and more.

Come along and network with your fellow tech enthusiasts, listen to presentations from industry experts and view some impressive trade displays.

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*Please note, bookings are essential for this event.

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Time: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm (AWST)

Cost: FREE

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23 September 2021

Women in Manufacturing – Gold Coast

Women in Manufacturing – Gold Coast

The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) in partnership with the Queensland Government is proud to host the upcoming breakfast event: Women in Manufacturing – Gold Coast

About this Event

Ai Group in partnership with the Queensland Government invites you to join us for their fourth year of Women in Manufacturing celebrations. They will be discussing Queensland’s manufacturers ability to innovate, the impact a strong manufacturing sector has on the economy, and the opportunities and importance for women to contribute to and actively shape the future of the sector.

The manufacturing sector has received significant attention in this past year. COVID-19 has highlighted the ability of manufacturers to innovate and evolve, bringing with it a resurgence of locally produced products. Attracting, retaining and promoting highly skilled women into this sector.

Facilitated by Mel Ireland, Policy and Projects Lead from Ai Group, our panelist include:

  • Katrina Main, Managing Director – Cawarra Cosmetics
  • Marcia Edwards, Director – The Cryogenics Group
  • Nicole Lander, Chief Fun Officer – Laser Tag-in-a-Box

To learn more and to register, please click here.

Event Date:

Location: HOTA, Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217

Time: 7:00 am – 9:30 am

Cost: FREE

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29 September 2021

The Defence Teaming Centre’s Defence Leaders Breakfast

The Defence Teaming Centre’s Defence Leaders Breakfast

The Defence Teaming Centre’s is proud to present their event, Defence Leaders Breakfast 

About this Event

Learn about the opportunities and challenges in the defence sector labour market and their impact on your business.

Improve your capacity to plan and make informed workforce decisions so your business can thrive in defence industry.

Panelists include:

  • Rob Kremer – Director, Kinexus
  • Melissa Ciplys – Head of People and Cutlure, Shoal Group
  • Richard Price – Chief Executive, Defence SA
  • Geoff Rohrsheim – Co-founder, Chamonix and exposé as well as Non-Executive Director of ASC

Panelists will bring actionable insights including:

  • Defence industry workforce supply and demand
  • Salary changes and EVP trends
  • Workforce expectations and intentions
  • Trends effecting recruitment and retention
  • How other businesses are rising to the challenge
  • Realising business efficiencies to reduce the quantity of skills needed

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Time: 8:00 am – 10:00 am (ACST)

Cost: DTC Members $65, Non DTC Members $130

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21 October 2021

Women in Manufacturing – Ipswich

Women in Manufacturing – Ipswich

The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) in partnership with the Queensland Government is proud to host the upcoming breakfast event: Women in Manufacturing – Ipswich

About this Event

Ai Group in partnership with the Queensland Government invites you to join for their fourth year of Women in Manufacturing celebrations. They will be discussing Queensland’s manufacturers ability to innovate, the impact a strong manufacturing sector has on the economy, and the opportunities and importance for women to contribute to and actively shape the future of the sector.

The manufacturing sector has received significant attention in this past year. COVID-19 has highlighted the ability of manufacturers to innovate and evolve, bringing with it a resurgence of locally produced products. Attracting, retaining and promoting highly skilled women into this sector.

Facilitated by Mel Ireland, Policy and Projects Lead from Ai Group, our panelist include:

  • Jasmine Riddle, Operations Manager – JRS Manufacturing Group
  • Jo Best, Executive Manager – Hastings Deering (Australia) Limited
  • Sharana Pillay, Supply Chain Manager – GM Poles

To learn more and to register, please click here.

Event Date:

Location: North Ipswich Reserve – Corporate Centre, 43 The Terrace, North Ipswich, QLD 4305

Time: 7:00 am – 9:30 am

Cost: FREE

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