Harley-Davidson will co-host the fourth annual Smart Manufacturing Summit April 6-7 in Milwaukee, according to an article in the Milwaukee BizTimes.
Harley-Davidson chief executive officer Matt Levatich will deliver a keynote address and participants will also hear from his executive team will also share successful strategies. According to the article, “the conference will focus on lean manufacturing in the digital age, the impact of the Internet of Things, recruiting and managing talent, smart design for shorter time-to-market and how to evaluate and integrate digital technology into current operations.”
The event is limited to 150 mid-market manufacturing CEOs and other top executives. The registration fee is $2,495. For more information, visit www.smartmanufacturingsummit.com.
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