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Event: How can manufacturers leverage innovative technologies in the business model context?
RMIT AND ECP PRESENTS THE SECOND INSTALLMENT OF THE
GLOBAL BUSINESS INNOVATION CONVERSATIONS 2018.
Presented by RMIT's College of Business in partnership with the Global Business Innovation Enabling Capability Platform, a series of research-driven events showcasing the latest technology and innovation predicted to propel the future of business within health, manufacturing and finance.
Expect provocative and forward-thinking conversations among leaders in the field, backed by experimental and project research findings from global innovation hubs.
Look forward to connecting with innovators, engaging with experts and being inspired by designers around the globe in this event.
The development of new technologies is disrupting the traditional business models of manufacturing, opening opportunities to pursue untapped markets, and driving innovation in the area of product development.
Disruption opens the playing field for start-ups and SME’s, with leading manufacturers equally focused on leveraging technology and business model innovation. The impact of major trends such as additive manufacturing, nanotechnology and the Internet of Things have forced leaders to rethink innovation in manufacturing, redefine functions of their business and revisit business models.
Global Business Innovation Conversations – Manufacturing Rebooted will explore:
-innovative business models using new technology;
beyond innovation, collaboration and co-creation opportunities; and
-maximising data exchange to improve services, process systems, supply chains, and how to measure success.
The conversation will explore co-creative opportunities and ask the question - is collaboration enough?
If you’re in the business of manufacturing or operate within the manufacturing environment, join the conversation and collaborate with innovators, designers, technologists, academics and business experts. Adapt and plan for innovation to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution.
Tuesday 28 August
5:30pm - 8pm
Level 31, 600 Bourke Street
Complimentary - Limited Seating
For more information visit www.rmit-gbic.com