#25

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Thomas Keen is founder and Partner at Sabotage Design, a dynamic creative collective based in London.
Eneko Igartua is manufacturing and operations engineer and manager of Kapitalise, the first management platform for R&D tax credits, catering to innovators in the manufacturing sector.
Lorenz Kilga is founder of Design Network, an online marketplace where product designers and distributors come together and collaborate.
Jean Billant is Senior Business Advisor at Advance London, delivering circular economy focused business support and advice to SMEs within London.
Ralph Taylor-Smith is Managing Director at GE Ventures and has a background in engineering, technology development, finance and business management.
Senake Atureliya is CEO of Buzz Technology Limited, a London based company that have developed a robotics and blockchain based decentralised manufacturing solution.
Marcus de Wilde is the Enterprise Lead at Applied Blockchain where he helps corporates to understand blockchain and articulate practical blockchain applications that meet strategic, commercial, and technical needs.
Dennis Delgado is co-Founder and Chief Design Officer of SyncFab, a peer-to-peer Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) manufacturing blockchain for the hardware manufacturing supply chain.
Neil Cooke is Director of Technical Marketing at Onshape, a cloud CAD system used by thousands of companies worldwide.
Dejan Orlac is a Slovenian-born industrial designer working in London, under his own brand Orlach design.
Andrew Armstrong is the CTO and co-founder of Cadonix, the world's first fully browser based cloud CAD solution.

Design for Manufacturing Summit #25

June 21, 2018 | Hackney, London

3.00 pm

Doors open

4.00 - 4.40 pm - Panel 1

Manufacturing startups in London

Eneko Igartua is manufacturing and operations engineer and manager of Kapitalise, the first management platform for R&D tax credits, catering to innovators in the manufacturing sector.

Lorenz Kilga is founder of Design Network, an online marketplace where product designers and distributors come together and collaborate.

Jean Billant is Senior Business Advisor at Advance London, delivering circular economy focused business support and advice to SMEs within London.

4.40 - 5.20 pm - Panel 2

Product design

Assa Ashuach is founder of Assa Studio, a product design, digital manufacturing and social R&D practice in London, and co-founder of Digital Forming, harnessing the power of mass customisation through 3D printing.

Dejan Orlac is a Slovenian-born industrial designer working in London, under his own brand Orlach design.

Thomas Keen is founder and Partner at Sabotage Design, a dynamic creative collective based in London.

TBA

5.20 - 5.40 pm - Networking break

Demos, drinks + networking

5.40 - 6.20 pm - Keynote

Ralph Taylor-Smith, GE Ventures

Ralph Taylor-Smith is Managing Director at GE Ventures and has a background in engineering, technology development, finance and business management.

6.20 - 7.10 pm - Panel 3

Design software

Andrew Armstrong is the CTO and co-founder of Cadonix, the world's first fully browser based cloud CAD solution.

Neil Cooke is Director of Technical Marketing at Onshape, a cloud CAD system used by thousands of companies worldwide.

TBA

7.10 - 8.00 pm - Panel 4

Decentralised manufacturing

Dennis Delgado is co-Founder and Chief Design Officer of SyncFab, a peer-to-peer Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) manufacturing blockchain for the hardware manufacturing supply chain.

Marcus de Wilde is the Enterprise Lead at Applied Blockchain where he helps corporates to understand blockchain and articulate practical blockchain applications that meet strategic, commercial, and technical needs.

TBA

8.00 - 9.00 pm - Networking continues

Demos, drinks + networking

Design for Manufacturing Summits twice a year bring together 50 to 100 leaders in product development, design, engineering and manufacturing in an informal setting to explore the latest developments in technology, discuss how to move the industry forward and do business.

80 percent of manufacturing costs are determined in the first 20 percent of the product design phase. Design has the key to take cost and waste out of manufacturing. Digital tools are a catalyst to transformation of the manufacturing industry - leaner and more decentralized.

Getting designers, engineers and manufacturers in one room and talking is the first step to unlock the enormous opportunities for cost savings, innovation and growth, for both startups and enterprise.

Design for Manufacturing Summits are curated, invitation-only events. Use the form below to signal your interest. There is a limited number of complimentary tickets available for qualified attendees.