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Aug
10

Brazilian Manufacturing Summit

 
 Conference CFP

When:

  10 Aug through 11 Aug 2015

CFP Deadline:

  01 May 2015

Where:

  Tivoli, São Paulo, Brazil

Website URL:

  http://www.manufacturingbrazil.com/pt/

Sponsoring organization:

  WTG Events

Categories:

  Business - Industry-Specific

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Event description:

Innovation, Competitiveness and Operational Excellence – The New Brazilian Industry The Brazilian Manufacturing Summit will take place in São Paulo at a difficult time for the manufacturing industry. It will support and inform senior manufacturing leaders to ensure a resumption of competitiveness in Brazilian Manufacturing. In the last few years, according to an analysis from the Boston Consultancy Group (BCG), a series of factors have been pulling Brazil down the world rankings. The Summit will bring together a program that will debate the main solutions in search of optimized levels of productivity and competitiveness: • The impact of Government actions on competitiveness: what benefits do the government offer, what can we demand • What companies are doing to improve productivity without relying on investment and without decreasing prices • Exchange rate policies which can be in favour of our market • The impact of labour competitiveness: qualification and labour relation... Read more

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