The 6th Annual National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference is being held on 17th January 2019 in Citywest Hotel.
The event will bring together over 2,000 key Senior Management, Technical Executives, Engineers, key stakeholders & University Graduates from the Food, Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences, Medical, Chemical and Electronics Manufacturing and Supply Chain Sectors from Ireland and overseas that will gather to listen to over 100+ talks from leading manufacturers.
As part of the success of last years event where, the 2019 event, there will also feature a dedicated Jobs & Skills Expo.This Expo will focus on major careers, opportunities, education and key issues facing the manufacturing and supply chain sector. Presentations within this dedicated expo’s vital workshops will take place throughout the day from leading universities, government supporting agencies and leading HR officials responsible for developing jobs, careers and education in Ireland’s largest employment sector.
Exhibitors will consist of Ireland’s top companies from Pharmaceutical, Food, Chemical, Life Sciences, Medical, Electronics, Supply Chain Companies, leading Colleges and Universities and the country’s top recruitment search and selection agencies who will offer overall excellent employment and education opportunities and resources to delegates and graduates both from Ireland and overseas.
The event will feature key note presentations from leading manufacturers including Pfizer, Bristol Meyers, Diageo, Glanbia, Lake Region, Boston Scientific, GSK, Kerry Group, Astellas, Entreprise Ireland & NIBRJ
Associations supporting the event include: Enterprise Ireland, Irish Exporters Association, IDA, Forfas, Chartered Institute of
To date delegate registrations for the event include:
– Senior management
– Automation Engineers
– Process Equipment Engineers
– Process Technicians
– Technical Managers
– Quality Assurance Managers
– Supply Chain Managers
– Procurement Managers
– Innovation Managers
– Research & Development Managers
– Graduates & students from Ireland & Overseas
– HR Officials
– Academia & Universities & Colleges
– HR officials from Ireland’s leading Companies
– Recruitment, Search & Selection Agencies
– Colleges, Universities, Education and training bodies
– Companies presenting Graduates Programmes for 2016/17.
The Government’s Action plan for jobs has helped to create 12,000 additional manufacturing positions over the last three years bringing the total to 218,000. Delegates from overseas colleges who have an interest in moving and working in Ireland. US Multinationals Companies in Ireland alone are expected to create an additional 14,000 jobs here over the next 24 months according to the Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham).[/threecol_two_first][threecol_one_last]
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