World Manufacturers Forum 2017 in Munich Broaches Issue of Future of Sporting Goods Production

The fifth edition of the World Manufacturers Forum is to take place at Messe München on November 14-15. The World Federation Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI), together with Messe München and ISPO ACADEMY, invites you to the World Manufacturers Forum 2017. The forum’s main focus: “Moving on to a digital and automated business of the future”. Tickets available now. 

The World Manufacturers Forum 2017 is to take place in Munich.
The World Manufacturers Forum 2017 is to take place in Munich.

“If the biggest car and hotel giants have next to no financial assets of their own, what does that mean for the future of sporting goods production? What challenges must the industry face and how does the constant digitization of supply chains influence the work of manufacturers?”

Rakhil Hirdaramani, Chairman of the WFSGI Manufacturers Committee, poses these questions. Workshops and discussion sessions at the World Manufacturers Forum 2017 will provide the answers.

What does the future hold for sporting goods production? The World Manufacturers Forum 2017 provides the answers. Get tickets now >>> 

The Most Important Topics at the World Manufacturers Forum 2017

  • Automation
  • Digitization
  • Innovation
  • Segmentation
  • Flexibility
  • Cross-industry exchange with productronica 

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Dr. Ing. Sami Haddadin, Director Institute Automation, University of Hanover
  • Denis Pennel, Managing Director, World Employment Confederation
  • Dr. Klaus Hecker, Managing Director, Organic and Printed Electronics Association

Ticket registration now available here. WFSGI members pay 1000 Swiss francs (ca. 917 Euros), non-members 1400 Swiss francs (ca. 1284 euros). All orders before July 21 receive a 10 percent discount.

Included in the price is a networking dinner with productronica exhibitors on November 14, two lunches and a tour of Productronica.

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