Additive Manufacturing Strategies is a new kind of event for 3D printing. This show will bring together analysts and 3D printing experts from all over the world to discuss and learn specifically about one topic with their peers. Additive Manufacturing Strategies are aimed at specific areas so that the content, speakers, and workshops can be tailored to that one vertical. Additive Manufacturing Strategies shows are much more geared towards learning and the exchange of information than other events. Additive Manufacturing Strategies events are also geared towards manufacturing and enterprise customers. This event has been created for consultants, business development people, leaders in manufacturing and operations people in mind. We know what is lacking in this space, which is targeted information, learning and exchange of the best information for your business. We want to help you develop the right strategies, business models and go to market to help you excel in 3D printing. The event will be held at the Hynes Convention Center which is in the heart of Boston.
This January 29, 30 and 31 Additive Manufacturing Strategies The Future of 3D Printing in Medicine and Dentistry will take place in Boston. On the 29th dental workshops and medical workshops will be split into two tracks. In partnership with SmarTech their analysts will give you overviews of developments and draw out the 3D printing landscape for these two distinct but related areas. Regulatory environments will be explored and the intellectual property landscape will be looked into. The latest technological developments will be discussed as well. Additionally, there will also be opportunities to network with peers and 3D printing experts. The 30th will see discussions from analysts on panels and analysis of the latest developments in that specific part of our industry.
There will also be presentations of the Startup competition. Early stage medical and dental 3D printing firms will detail their goals and progress for a chance to win $15,000 from Asimov Ventures. On the 31 there will be single presentations detailing more specific subjects on both tracks. Additionally there will also be an exhibition hall open that day.
Where many events have an exhibition hall with presentations and lectures as an afterthought SmartTech and 3DR hope to organize a different show for you. At Additive Manufacturing Strategies it will be the presentations and workshops that will be center stage. Register now to receive a 44% discount.
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