Manufacturing Indaba reemerges as an in-person physical event


Event Africa Contributor 17/05/2022 Events

The longstanding manufacturing conference and exhibition will be returning to the physical event realm after adopting an exclusively virtual approach over the past 2 years given the impact of the pandemic.

The 9th edition of the Manufacturing Indaba will be returning to the physical event realm after adopting an exclusively virtual approach over the past 2 years. The 2022 edition is to be hosted as a physical in-person event from the 21 – 22 June 2022 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted amongst others industry, value chains, trade, labour markets, foreign direct investment, and remittance flows. The outcomes of the pandemic have hindered the economy’s ability to increase real incomes in the long term, thereby creating a heavy debt burden. As the health crisis subsides, economic recovery has become a priority, and inclusive and sustainable industrialisation is fundamental to building a better future.

The Manufacturing Indaba empowers African manufacturing participants to enter a new age of innovation, technology, competitiveness, and sustainability. The upcoming in-person symposium is anticipated to make a long lasting and positive impact on manufacturing communities by enabling attendees to identify significant participants, speakers, financiers, influencers, and leaders, thereby giving them the means to not only survive, but thrive in this intensely competitive sector.

Attending this event affords participants with superior knowledge to develop advanced solutions and business models, as well as access to new markets, new clients and the opportunity to grow prosperous manufacturing businesses, ultimately contributing to the nation’s economic growth.

Register here: https://manufacturingindaba.co.za/register-conference-jhb/

There will a series of informative workshops that are free to attend on the exhibition floor.

A few of the workshop topics include: