GSMI Announces 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Summit + Expo

GSMI recently opened delegate registration and sponsorship sales for the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Summit + Expo, the first-ever 3DP/AM conference designed exclusively for business innovation strategies.  The summit will be held September 16-18th 2014, in Pittsburgh, PA.  A discount of $600 is available for summit attendees who register on or before June 6, 2014.

The summit will host more than 40 distinguished panelists and speakers, including business leaders, professors, scientists, lawyers, designers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and investors. The purpose of the Summit is to discuss business strategies that incorporate 3D Printing/AM. Multiple sessions and workshops are offered to help attendees understand the economic impact of 3D printing and the long term trends, identify how to gain the competitive advantage by using 3D printing, learn practical applications for 3D printing, and gain practical knowledge from leading case studies.

Distinguished speakers include Jim Williams, Vice President Aerospace & Defense, AM R&D Program/Business Development at 3D Systems Corporation; David Bourell, Temple Foundation Professor, and Director at Laboratory for Freeform Fabrication at The University of Texas at Austin; Bill Macy, Deputy Director at America Makes; Tom Kurfess, HUSCO/Ramirez Distinguished Chair in Fluid Power and Motion Control and Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology as well as many more.

“We are thrilled with the warm reception that this Summit has received, not only from the speakers but the public in general,” said Crystal Everson, Director, Conference Production at GSMI.

GSMI is a leader in the industry of executive education, global conferences, summits, and training sessions that combine rich learning environments with the opportunity to network with today’s most relevant thought leaders, speakers and practitioners. GSMI’s annual events have reached 80% of the Fortune 500 companies, in over 30 countries, and cover topics that today’s leaders find most challenging and inspiring.

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