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⚡️ Agile Manufacturing 101

Join small to medium businesses as we discuss how some of the world’s leading manufacturers leverage digital tools to help transform their operations.

What to Expect

This half-day event will provide small to medium businesses (SMBs) with industry knowledge on how to transform their operations. Sessions with industry experts will include:

• Digital Transformation 101 – Learn from Tulip’s Head of Customer Success how SMBs around the world leverage digital technologies to gain a competitive advantage.

• How To Get Started: Adopting A Digital Culture Roundtable – Successful SMBs share how they transform their operations using digital platforms like Tulip. Join to learn how they identify use cases, shorten time to ROI, and leverage digital tools to increase agility.

• Applying Digital Transformation To Your Operations Workshop – This hands-on workshop will teach you a number of practical frameworks you can use to self-assess your digital maturity and identify the most promising areas for your business. Experience an application during the live demonstrations. We’ll apply these frameworks during a live demonstration.

• Industry Breakout Sessions – Connect with peers from other companies and learn how they’re using technology to take their operations to the next level.


  • Edward Atkins

    Customer Success Manager, Tulip

  • Douglas Bellin

    Business Development Executive, Amazon Web Services

  • Wolfgang Dohrn

    Director of Digitization, Laerdal

  • Mike Rousch

    Manufacturing Engineer Customer, Terminal Investment Corporation (TICO)

  • Thomas Subatis

    Enterprise Sales Lead, Tulip

  • Heather Wagner

    Human Resource Manager, Magic Tilt Traliers

  • Tinfeng Ye

    Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company

  • Jessica Yen

    Customer Success, Tulip

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Who should attend

This event is ideal for small and medium-sized manufacturers across all industries. There will be content for workers on all levels of operations, from shopfloor engineers (i.e. process engineers, manufacturing engineers, quality engineers), to plant managers, and executives from IT as well as CEO and COOs.

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