PacRim Stainless 2022

20 - 21 July 2022

Hotel X Brisbane - 458 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Trends in Additive Manufacturing for Manufacturers - Joondalup

5 July 2022

Building 27, Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Dr, Joondalup WA 6027

CyberCon Connect 2022

21 June 2022

Hyatt Regency Sydney, Darling Harbour - 161 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000

Nuclear Skills Forum

7 June 2022

ICC Sydney - 14 Darling Drive Sydney, NSW 2000

Accelerate Manufacturing: Western Downs Manufacturing Conference 2022

25 May 2022

Dalby Events Centre - 54 Nicholson St, Dalby QLD 4405

The Path to Advanced Manufacturing - Murray Bridge

6 May 2022

Bridgeport Hotel, Charles Sturt room - 2 Bridge St, Murray Bridge SA 5253

How to Build a Resilient Company - Darwin

28 April 2022

101/12 Salonika Street, Parap NT 0820

Territory Women in Manufacturing - Darwin

30 March 2022

The Oche Suite at the North Australian Development Office (NADO) - 76 Esplanade, Darwin City NT 0800

Australian Manufacturing Week 2022

7 - 10 June 2022

International Convention Centre, 14 Darling Dr, Sydney, NSW 2000

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11 August 2022

Microscopes in Manufacturing – Crawley

Microscopes in Manufacturing – Crawley

AMGC in partnership with Microscopy Australia, The University of Western Australia and Innovation Connections, is proud to present Microscopes in Manufacturing event

About this Event

AMGC in partnership with Microscopy Australia, The University of Western Australia and Innovation Connections, is proud to present thinking BIG by looking small – Microscopes in Manufacturing event.

With the rise in additive manufacturing, materials science, nano-technology, non-destructive testing and quality control requirements, manufacturers are increasingly finding that they need access to high-end, industrial and research microscopic analysis services such as those available through UWA’s Centre for microscopy, characterisation and analysis.

This Centre’s amazing microscopes are rarely seen by the public and this is your chance to see for yourself, the sorts of microscopes and services that UWA can offer your business.

Learn from case studies, ask some questions of the experts, hear about what government support is available through Innovation Connections and network with your manufacturing colleagues.


3:30pm: Guest registrations open
4:00pm: Angela Doyle, WA State Director, AMGC
4:15pm: Professor Andrew Page, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Western Australia
4:20pm: Dr Sue Robson, Facilitator, Innovation Connections
4:30pm: Associate Professor Martin Saunders, Cluster Leader, Microscopy and Analysis, Facility Director, Microscopy Australia
5:00pm: Tours of microscope facilities and networking
6:30pm: Event closes

Places are limited to two people per company.

Looking forward to your attendance!

Event Date:

Parking: Please see attached map for building parking.

Time: 4:00 pm– 6:30 pm (Registrations open at 3:30 pm)



Cost: FREE

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23 August 2022

Building a pipeline of Mechanical Engineers

Building a pipeline of Mechanical Engineers

UTS & Engineers Australia Sydney Mechanical Branch are proud to present the following event, Building a pipeline of Mechanical Engineers.

About this Event

Join UTS & Engineers Australia Sydney Mechanical Branch to connect with potential interns and graduates, hear exemplary Capstone presentations and learn how you can host 3-month, 6-month and 12-month internships for the brightest Mechanical Engineering undergraduates.

This event is an excellent opportunity for regional companies to meet UTS students and network with other regional employers. UTS Engineering Internship program helps regional employers to meet their employment/recruitment challenges.

This event includes

  • UTS Student Engineering Capstone Presentations
  • Q&A session to with intern-hosting engineering firms and students.
  • Practical presentation explaining the process of hosting Engineering interns
  • Networking lunch for businesses and students

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Cost: FREE

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22 August - 3 September 2022

Central Coast Industry Festival

Central Coast Industry Festival

The Central Coast Industry Festival will be the largest event specifically for manufacturers and agricultural production companies ever held on the Central Coast

About this Event

As an initiative of Central Coast Industry Connect (CCIC), this event is designed to assist businesses in these sectors to build resilience against disruptions such as bushfires, floods and the COVID pandemic.

Held over two weeks from 22nd August 2022, the festival will deliver a program of free events for attendees, including industry-relevant capability building workshops, networking and guest speaker sessions. It will culminate in a three-day Industry Expo bringing leading manufacturing and related businesses together to network, collaborate, learn new skills and showcase their products to businesses, students and the local community.

The three-day Industry Expo will run from Thursday, September 1 to Saturday, September 3 and will showcase the best Central Coast manufacturers and food producers, the Industry Expo will attract visitors from local and Sydney-based manufacturers and agri-businesses, suppliers, school students, future employees and the wider Central Coast community. 

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Cost: FREE

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14 - 15 September 2022

Meet the Territory 2022 – Darwin

Meet the Territory 2022 – Darwin

AMGC is proud to present, our inaugural two-day ‘Meet the Territory’ event

About this Event

The Northern Territory (NT) is fast becoming Australian’s manufacturing export gateway to Asia and beyond. Join AMGC to learn how you can unlock opportunities that are happening right now in the NT.

The NT government has invested $8.75 million over a five year deal in partnership with AMGC which will fast-track innovation projects and generate millions of dollars in co-investment. This will be achieved through the appointment of a dedicated NT director, Charmaine Phillips to drive industry engagement and foster collaboration and the creation of the Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem (AME) Fund of $7.5 million.

Over the two-day event, you will learn about how to access AME Fund of $7.5 million, meet with potential collaboration partners, understand the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission report and the key manufacturing areas of priority in the NT, engage in a speed networking session with NT manufacturers, listen and learn from industry and expert leaders, participate in a ‘key highlights’ bus tour of Darwin, which includes various site visits of local manufacturing businesses.

AMGC has secured accommodation at H on Smith for interstate manufacturing attendees at a special discount rate.
Check in: Tuesday 13 September
Check out: Thursday 15 September
Room: Superior King including breakfast
Cost: $454

AMGC invites you to join us on Sail Darwin – Champagne Sunset and Canape’s Sail at a special discount rate.
Date: Wednesday 14 September
Time: 5 pm – 8 pm
Cost: $130.50

If you are interested in accommodation and/or Sail Darwin cruise, please contact [email protected] to secure a spot!

Day 1 - Wednesday 14 September 8:00am - 4:30pm

8 am – Registrations, welcome tea and coffee
8:30 am – Welcome
8:40 am – Jason Schoolmeester, NT Major Projects Commissioner
9 am – Charmaine Phillips, Territory Director and Michael Sharpe, National Director Industry, AMGC
9:40 am – Simon Hardy, Corporate Affairs Manager, Amphibian Aerospace Industries
10:10 am – Morning tea break
10:30 am –  Daniel McCormick, General Manager, ICN NT
10:40 am –  Michael Prentice, Lead Growth Facilitator, Entrepreneurs Program, Darwin Innovation Hub
10:50 am – Gareth Benson, CEO, IP Assist
11 am –  Aaron McMahon, Defence Industry Advisor, Office of Defence Industry Support (ODIS)
11:10 am – Dr Rob Acres, Commercial Technical Consultant, ANSTO
11:40 am – Paul Schneider, Land Development Corp
12:00 pm – Charlie Ill, Local Jobs Fund
12:10 pm – Steve Rodgers, Pro Vice-Chancellor Research & Innovation, CDU
12:20 pm – Hamish Campbell, Director – North Australia Centre for Autonomous Systems, Industry 4.0 Test Lab
12:30 pm – Nathan Fanning, Director Industry Strategy, Circular Economy Strategy
12:40 pm – James Bear, Senior Director, Defence Industry
1 pm – Lunch break
1:30 pm – Break out sessions & networking 
4:00 pm – Event closes
5:00 pm –  Dinner at Sail Darwin – Champagne Sunset and Canape’s Sail ($130pp, please contact [email protected], if you would like to join us)

Day 2 - Thursday 15 September 8:00am - 4:00pm (Bus tour)

8 am – Meet at AMGC headquarters
9:00 am – Tour of the Port Darwin, Darwin Port Corporation
10:30 am – Morning tea break provided on bus
11 am – Tour of Microgrid site
12:00 pm – Wilkinson’s Engineering site visit
12:45 pm – Lunch Break
1:45 pm – CDU: Advanced Manufacturing Alliance site visit
2:15 pm – CDU: Menzies School of Health Research site visit
2:45 pm – Tour of Darwin Airport
4 pm – Drop off back to AMGC headquarters

Join AMGC to learn about what the NT has to offer to you and build a stronger network that could potentially lead to successful collaborations.

Event Date:

Location: Day 1 The Atrium on The Avenue – 12 Salonika St, Parap NT 0820,
Day 2 Development House, 76 The Esplanade, Darwin NT 0800

Time: Day 1 & Day 2 8 am – 4 pm

Cost: FREE

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Previous Webinars

Cyber-attacks in Manufacturing

Cyber-attacks in Manufacturing

About this Webinar AMGC in conjunction with AustCyber, are proud to present the online webinar on Cyber-attacks in Manufacturing. Learn how to protect your business – no matter your size, all manufacturing companies need high levels of cybersecurity to protect them...