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Volt are proud sponsors of The Financial Times 'Future of Manufacturing' Event 12-14 October 2021

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by Charlotte Gurney

Volt are proud sponsors of The Financial Times Future of Manufacturing Event 12-14 October 2021.

500 companies attending, 30 countries and 50 speakers including; Bentley Motors, Stanley Black abd Decker, Ford of Britain, Diageo, Saint-Gobain, Novartis and Correthrum.

About the event

As the emphasis shifts from crisis management to a post-covid future, what does recovery entail for the manufacturing sector? How can manufacturers strike a balance between immediate economic imperatives and longer-term visions of more automated, sustainable operations? With the sector so crucial to GDP growth, how will policymakers and government continue to support the recovery?

The FT’s Future of Manufacturing Series returns in 2021 to consider what has been learned from the crisis, and explore how manufacturers can build resilience to withstand future disruption. Through the lens of three key topic areas, each half-day briefing will provide detailed analysis of the defining issues facing manufacturers globally, combining strategic and technical expertise to propose transformative solutions. 

Register: https://manufacturing.live.ft.com/

The Financial Times (FT) is one of the world's leading news organizations, recognized internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy.