Leading the company to a digital future - this is a key challenge high-tech companies are currently facing. The IVAM High-Tech-Summit 2018 takes place on April 19 in Dortmund, Germany and focusses on "New Developments for a Digital World". The event addresses these issues and provides guidance for SMEs how digitalization succeeds.
This conference brings together the leading experts from the high-tech field on an annual basis to tackle current challenges and discuss trailblazing solutions.
The success of digitalization strongly depends on whether it is possible to integrate the new concepts into products and production processes. This year, the conference will present concrete examples to show how such integration can work in practice and how new business models can be developed from this.
Three sessions focus on new business models, the digitalization of production and digital applications in the field of medicine and lifestyle. Participants are invited to talk to the experts about their specific requirements and problems. The conference language will be English.
In addition to the program, the participants have the opportunity to visit the "digital workbench" – an interactive exhibition on the topic of the digital workplace – during the networking breaks.
The complete conference program, further information and the registration documents can be found at the IVAM-website. Inga Goltermann can be contacted at +49 231 9742 7090 or at email@example.com for further questions on participation and the program.
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