Manufuture event in Luxembourg

By Lucy Dixon
Manufuture is taking place later this month in Luxembourg. The event is aimed at European manufacturers and will feature over 50 leading speakers who wi...

Manufuture is taking place later this month in Luxembourg. The event is aimed at European manufacturers and will feature over 50 leading speakers who will be debating the future of manufacturing in Europe.

It will also:

  • assess manufacturing research and development progress in Europe compared with global competitors
  • define the conditions needed for successfully reindustrialising Europe
  • identify and endorse new policy instruments, business models, support mechanisms and technologies
  • develop recommendations for policy makers

Manufuture is a free-to-attend event held every two years and considered as the key event on manufacturing at European level. It aims to address topics of strategic importance for future challenges of the manufacturing industry and develop recommendations for national and European policy makers.

The 2015 edition will take place in Luxembourg on 23-24 November and is organised under the auspices of the Luxembourg Presidency of the European Union.

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