Serving the US’ largest manufacturing States, MX.0 South has been attracting manufacturers large and small since 2017. With 70% of the audience coming from Texas, the event returns to Dallas, TX annually to bring case studies straight from the ‘horse’s mouth’. Manufacturers leading operations at a State, National and International level share what to do, and what not to do, when it comes to leading digital transformation across manufacturing businesses and operating smart manufacturing plants.
300+ selected leaders working within Manufacturing, Operations, Engineering, IT & Technology, Digital Transformation, Innovation, R&D, Data, Supply Chain, HR & Workforce Development, and beyond, join the only Southwestern event dedicated to advancing the regions’ economic prominence through manufacturer-to-manufacturer learning and networking.
Supporting the advancement of industrial and economic growth in the US’ Southeastern States, MX.0 Southeast unites 150+ of the regions’ manufacturing leaders over two days. Sharing a wealth of experience from those driving global and local manufacturing brands, the exclusive and selected manufacturing audience attend to learn from pioneers working within their field of expertise.
MX.0 Southeast is the only place to hear case studies and form common consensus with peers among how best to increase efficiencies, revenues, and resilience by leveraging digital technologies. Knowledge and discussion centers around automation and smart operations, digital transformation, and attracting talent and investment to the region’s manufacturing sectors.
Always popular amongst the US’ largest and most resilient manufacturing companies, the wealth of senior manufacturers who have taken to the MX.0 Midwest stage to show how they are leading digital transformation and manufacturing operations initiatives, speaks for itself. Going into its 6th year, MX.0 Midwest attracts a crowd of manufacturers eager to learn and grow, to advance both their own careers and businesses. 300+ selected manufacturersjoin to absorb leading industry lessons and discuss with likeminded brains.
Nobody working within manufacturing can afford to ignore the changes brought by the technologies and cultural shifts that fall under Industry 4.0, and now Industry 5.0. Industrial businesses’, as well as individual careers, depend on up-to-date knowledge on technology-led change.