This year we expand the focus of our Dallas event and are pleased to rebrand as Internet of Manufacturing South, the only event dedicated to showcasing and facilitating the advancement of southern manufacturers’ plants and business models through technology.
Returning for the 3rd year, after doubling in size in its second year, the event returns to Texas, which was quoted as the US’ largest manufacturing state in 2018. Taking place in Dallas, delegates meet in a central point for the manufacturing and technology worlds, with Dallas-Fort Worth, now recognized as having the largest tech labor force in the South.
In 2019 expect a 60% manufacturing audience, 40+ manufacturing case studies, and pre-qualified, profiled technology decision-makers now working to digitize the South’s manufacturing businesses.
With Alabama quoted as being the auto capital of the South (fifth-largest US State for auto manufacturing), two-thirds of Orlando’s economy based on manufacturing, and global producers such as Nissan, General Motors, Volkswagen, Bridgestone, Hankook, Denso Manufacturing, Beretta USA, and Whirlpool calling Tennessee home, we are excited to extend our content and audience focus from the Southwest States to the whole of the South.
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