“Not only will SIM-PAC be a window into the future and allow planning for tomorrow, it will also have a critical focus on what is ready for deployment today,” Geoff Matthews, Event Director and Partner.
SIM-PAC’s mission is to be the go-to-place to find the do-now solutions, including the latest breakthrough technology and thinking, and the utilisation and re-purposing of existing technology and equipment to underpin our developing circular economies.
Great storytelling is a critical success factor in early deployment of low-emission technology. We have placed exhibitors’ ability to tell their respective stories before, during, and after the exhibition, at the core of our product offerings.
With a focus on how-to-shift the dial from those who are ‘walking-the-walk’, a call for conference speakers is now open.
13 exhibitor Best in Show Prizes will be awarded to organisations making significant contributions to the future of sustainable industrial manufacturing.
Our broadcast channel features interviews with the people whose technology and thinking are driving change.
“No more blah blah blah”, SIM-PAC has made a commitment to engage our future enablers in a meaningful way with their own Summit. Youth Delegates will also exclusively vote on all the Best in Show Prizes.
Our goal is to work closely with each of the 27 sponsors to ensure they can achieve their sponsorship objectives, and are each given clear brand-space for their key messaging.
Espresso meets, happy hours, welcome drinks, lunches, central networking hub....the list goes on.
Exhibitors are centre stage at SIM-PAC. The main indoor exhibition halls are organised into four halls, plus a start-up Launch Pad area. Exhibitors can self-select the hall which best represents them.
Halls 1-3 are set out in technology readiness levels; Future, Tomorrow, and Today.
The fourth Knowledge Hall is for those in the knowledge sector.
For delegates, SIM-PAC provides a three-day, full-immersion, deep-dive into the latest solutions for sustainable industrial manufacturing, and the future direction of industrial processes.
Delegates will be able to return to their respective organisations with a deeper knowledge and understanding to aid development and implementation of sustainable strategies.
“We believe a successful SIM-PAC will help speed up the transition to sustainable industrial manufacturing, by connecting the people ready to do something, with the something,”
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