Industry 4.0 is achieving profound breakthroughs in manufacturing. We at McKinsey & Company are therefore pleased to announce our inaugural UK manufacturing roundtable event on 25th January 2018 in Coventry. It's an extraordinary opportunity for senior executives to join peers across industries in discussing the implications of Industry 4.0 for businesses, and for your own manufacturing activities.
At this invitation-only roundtable, you’ll learn much more about Industry 4.0:
- Why it is changing manufacturing
- What its key benefits are in terms of operational efficiency and profitability
- How you can get started and reap its rewards
This event is a chance to discover ways to make the most of the huge opportunities that Industry 4.0 is opening. It’s also a chance to share knowledge, experiences and perspectives with a whole network of business leaders. Keynote speakers from McKinsey and other institutions will share real case examples from companies that are implementing digital manufacturing today, with deep, practical insights on what is required to make the most out of the latest technologies.
What’s more, you’ll engage in hands-on experience of Industry 4.0 through our unique “Model Factory in a Box”. This fully functional, mobile factory creates an immersive learning environment showing what advanced analytics and machine learning can do to increase the performance of your assets. In the course of an afternoon, you’ll see and feel how the latest technologies make an actual production line more effective, efficient—and profitable!
Every leading manufacturer is looking for the next S-curve for their plants’ excellence. We believe that Industry 4.0 is the unprecedented breakthrough that industry has been waiting for. We encourage you to join us in find out what Industry 4.0 can do for you.
Details: 25th January 2018 from 3.30pm-9.30pm (including dinner) at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry.
Target participants: The event is targeted for senior manufacturing and operations executives and directors located in the UK.
To find out more: If you are interested in attending, please contact Wim Gysegom and Edward Atkins. For further details, please see the invitation attached for download at right.