The 2020 edition of the Manufacturing Indaba will be hosted as a virtual conference on the 9 – 10 December 2020. This is as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the safety of our participating manufacturing companies.
The event, now a virtual conference, will provide attendance free of charge to conference delegates. The virtual event will allow companies and clients to interact safely with each other and to keep their business goals rolling this year.
“All the Provincial Manufacturing Indaba events and the East Africa edition have been postponed to the second half of 2021. Our top priority is to provide a safe environment for everyone involved: our customers, attendees, partners and colleagues.” commented Liz Hart, Managing Director.
However, there remains a growing demand for manufacturing industry news and discussion, especially in the era of the pandemic and the impact on manufacturing. Some of the key issues that will be discussed at the 2020 Virtual Conference include:
Remote attendees will have access live the conferences and presentations from their mobile phones, computers or laptops and this creates an even greater opportunity for increased participation from across the continent.
Liz Hart added, “We are excited to reach more manufacturers and to share quality knowledge and content with them. The virtual platform provides an opportunity from small to large companies and from across Africa to join this event. We look forward to bringing together our Indaba in this new virtual format to learn and grow manufacturing together.”
To participate at the Manufacturing Indaba virtual conference go to: https://manufacturingindaba.co.za/register-conference-jhb/
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