CEDA research launch SA - Advanced Manufacturing

CEDA research launch SA - Advanced Manufacturing

May 1
Please contact the Adelaide office on 08 8211 7222 if you would like to register 

Join CEDA for the national launch of the first Policy Perspective for 2014 Advanced manufacturing: Beyond the production linewhich takes a detailed look at how Australia can grow in the advanced manufacturing space.


Zoran Angelkovski, Managing Director, Manufacturing Excellence Taskforce Australia (META)
Jeff Connolly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens
Göran Roos, Chairman, Advanced Manufacturing Consultative Committee (DMITRE)

Event overview

Over the next decade, Australia will need to realise additional sources of income and employment to support long-term economic growth, particularly in the non-resources sector. A major potential source of growth is in the advanced manufacturing sector. 

CEDA will host the South Australian launch of its first Policy Perspective for 2014 - Advanced Manufacturing: Beyond the production line - in Adelaide on Thursday 1 May to discuss the potential for the sector.

The event will provide a platform for discussing the themes and recommendations of the report and engage in debate on how we can grow the sector. Providing background, context and an examination of Australia's comparative advantage in the sector, to the resurgence of manufacturing in advanced economies, Advanced Manufacturing: Beyond the production line report authors and industry leaders will present an insightful discussion into advanced manufacturing in Australia.

High value-add or advanced manufacturing industries have the potential to play a significant role in supporting the long-term growth of Australia. Join CEDA for the release of our Advanced Manufacturing: Beyond the production line report and add your voice to the discussion. 

Meet the speakers

Zoran Angelkovski
Managing Director, Manufacturing Excellence Taskforce Australia (META)

Jeff Connolly
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens

Göran Roos
Chairman, Advanced Manufacturing Consultative Committee (DMITRE)

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