German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest Event

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Event Details

October 28, 2016 10:00am

1415 N Cherry Ave
Chicago, IL 60642

After the great success in 2015, please join us on October 28 to hear industry leaders speak on the manufacturing revolution!
Please do not miss this opportunity to hear both German and American perspectives on the interconnected, digitalized world of manufacturing and the entire supply chain.

Top Executives will share practical experience and their vision for the future of manufacturing at this half day conference!
More information on speakers to follow soon. Please see our website for last years speakers

Are you ready?
The entire value chain is affected - customers, suppliers, manufacturers
New opportunities and new challenges - workforce, data management, data security
Don't miss out on new growth prospects!

Also don't miss out on taking a FREE Exclusive Tour of the DMDII with us while you are at the Forum. For more information and updates on speakers and the tours, visit our website!

Be our guest! Please contact Kirsten Schmandt

For More Event Information
Kirsten Schmandt
(312) 494-2176

About German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest

The German American Chamber of Commerce® of the Midwest (GACC Midwest), headquartered in Chicago with a branch office in Detroit, was founded in 1963. GACC Midwest is an integral part of the network of German Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AHKs) with 130 offices in 90 countries around the globe. Our continuing mission is to further, promote, and assist in the expansion of bilateral trade and investment between Germany and the United States, especially the Midwest. Our organization combines elements of a trade commission, a membership association, and a professional consultancy - quite a unique concept in international trade promotion. GACC Midwest’s territory covers 14 U.S. states: the 13 states of the Midwest (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin) and Colorado.