TusPark Belgium and the Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce are pleased to invite you to a hybrid event (In-person & Online) seminar on the business-essential areas of automation and digital manufacturing. The seminar will take place on November 29, 2022, at 10:00 am at the TusPark Brussels Innovation Center (Boulevard Louis Schmidt 29, 1040 Etterbeek, Brussels). This seminar will be invaluable for all companies thinking about how best to harness the power of smart manufacturing in their business operations.
TusPark Brussels Innovation Center is an incubator for high-tech companies. It enables companies to connect, collaborate, and build relationships with investors in Europe and China, through the China-Luxembourg Innovative Investment Fund based in Luxembourg and the TUS-Holding in China. TUS Holding is a leading digital hub in China, at the centre of a cluster of major digital manufacturing enterprises across several industries. TUS-Holdings has established the world's largest global innovations ecosystem with over 300 innovation bases that have incubated over 10,000 enterprises. As such, TusPark Brussels Innovation Center is uniquely positioned to enable access to investment opportunities and the innovation ecosystem for enterprises across a range of industry sectors.
Over the past three decades, the rise of China's manufacturing capability has been phenomenal. Chinese manufacturers are world-leading in many industries. This transformation has been brought about by a combination of leading research and development and competitive labour. However, we are at a transition where digitization will increasingly determine the strength of manufacturing worldwide. Among several benefits, intelligent manufacturing has generated huge benefits in quality, safety, efficiency and environmental protection.
This event aims to: encourage those attending to exchange information, build networks and partnerships, and explore the potential for trade and investment opportunities. The future of business lies in automation and digitization, which require businesses to forge links to reap the full benefits of smart manufacturing.
This seminar will be of great value to those needing to know more about how digitization is transforming manufacturing, from both the Chinese and European perspectives. You will hear from industry experts and learn how they have incorporated digitization into their business operations. There will be presentations by start-ups and SMEs, who are driving smart manufacturing. The seminar will also highlight the most important lessons that we have learned and how to avoid making mistakes in future.
Six specially selected companies will showcase their technologies, products and services, as well as discuss industry trends and how best to explore partnerships.