The Former Internet of Manufacturing South Returns to Texas as Manufacturing X.0 South

NEEDHAM, Mass., Aug. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — After two successful virtual events, the former Internet of Manufacturing South returns to Dallas, TX – and online – on December 7 & 8, 2021 as Manufacturing X.0 South.

Strongly focusing on manufacturing innovation within Texas, the event delivers a safe in-person, and virtual platform, showcasing technology-led change, digital transformation journeys, and people management strategies from US-based manufacturers, small to large.

Lucy Ashton, Managing Director, Internet of Business, comments, “Whether you’re just starting to explore automation, or deep into digital transformation plans, Manufacturing X.0 South is the place to learn how to master the four ‘Ps’ – Planning, People, Processes, and Partner choice, as well as the big ‘R’ – Resilience. Our speakers, panelists, and facilitators offer a myriad of stories, solutions for common business struggles, and just good, plain, candid advice”.

Running on December 7 & 8, 2021, the event agenda is led by C-Level to Director presenters, panelists, and live discussion hosts from companies including Lockheed Martin, Bell, General Motors, Caterpillar, NXP Semiconductors, RPC, Cambria, Dell, and more.

Always taking a quality over quantity approach, Internet of Business’ manufacturing audiences enjoy meeting 300+ selected attendees working within similar decision-making roles, for peer-to-peer learning and networking.

To register to attend Manufacturing X.0 South, December 7 & 8, Dallas, TX & Online, click here.

For sponsorship opportunities, contact Phillip Zakim-Yacouby, Associate Director, Business Development at [email protected].

About Internet of Business
Internet of Business (IoB) was established in 2016 to fill a gap in vertical enterprise markets for peer-led learning and networking to understand and effectively leverage the technology advancing job roles, organizations and wider markets. IoB has successfully built an engaged community within leading US enterprise sectors, who rely on our live event and digital content to make technology buying decisions to forward strategy and operations with.

Focused on end-user lessons, IoB content presents peer-led case studies, showcasing those who have bought, built and implemented IoT and new technologies, and ensures that pre-qualified end technology users make up at least 60% of our event audiences. Everything we produce is centered around peer-2-peer learning and networking. We provide the knowledge and network to help those affected by technology-led change and innovation.

Media Contact

Nono Hu, Internet of Business, +1 781-247-1829, [email protected]

 

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