The increasing convergence of digital, physical and biological assets – commonly known as Industry 4.0 or ‘the fourth industrial revolution’ – is creating unprecedented opportunities for UK manufacturing businesses and their supply chains to optimise productivity and competitiveness.
To help businesses within the Liverpool City Region unleash the transformational potential of Industry 4.0, a new business support programme ― LCR 4.0 ― is launching at the ACC Liverpool on Wednesday 30th November.
Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and delivered by the University of Liverpool (Virtual Engineering Centre), Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LCR LEP), Liverpool John Moores University, the Hartree Centre and Sensor City, LCR4.0 is a world-class business support programme that connects SMEs to expertise and knowledge that can help to increase productivity and de-risk innovation.
LCR4.0 officially launches at the ACC Liverpool on Wednesday 30th November, 3.30pm – 6pm.
Join us at the launch event and be a part of the evolution…
3.30pm: Registration, networking and demonstrations of innovative digital technologies that are creating exciting new opportunities for manufacturers and supply chain
4.00pm: Welcome from our host – award-winning journalist and editor of Business Cloud, Chris Maguire
Hear the industry perspective on Industry 4.0 from speakers including Steve Warren, Region Director (North West) at EEF and Dr Jonathan Hague, Vice President of Operations and Open Innovation at Unilever.
Meet and network with local businesses and industry leaders implementing Industry 4.0 technologies across the globe.
5.10pm – Networking and canapes and drinks served
6.00 pm – Close
LCR4.0 gives local businesses access to the knowledge, facilities and technology they need to make transformation happen. Be a part of it and register to join us at the official launch.
Please note that places at this event are strictly limited.