The fourth industrial revolution, ‘Industry 4.0’, will fundamentally alter the way we live and work, creating unparalleled opportunities for business growth. That’s according to Henrik von Scheel, the originator of the Industry 4.0 concept, who will make his first visit to Ireland next month to deliver the keynote speech at an event hosted by Innopharma.
The event – which is aimed at those working in pharma, biopharma or medtech – will take place at The Davenport Hotel, 8-10 Merrion Street Lower, Dublin 2 on Wednesday 4th December 2019, at 2.30pm.
Innopharma, Ireland’s leading education, research and technology institute for the pharmaceutical, medtech and food industries, will present the event, Pharma 4.0: What does Ireland’s high-tech manufacturing future look like?, in partnership with BioPharmaChem, a business association within Ibec which represents the biopharma and chemical sectors.
Attendees will have a unique opportunity to hear Mr. von Scheel and other industry leaders discuss Pharma 4.0 and gain exclusive and actionable insights from the originator of the fourth Industrial Revolution himself on what it is, what it means for biopharma and how to apply it.
Mr. von Scheel will be joined by Matt Moran, Director of BioPharmaChem, and Orla Callan, Director of Programme Development at Innopharma, to discuss how one of Ireland’s largest industries can prepare for the challenges and monopolise on the opportunities created by the fourth industrial revolution.
Further details and booking information about the event can be found at www.innopharmaeducation.com and www.eventbrite.ie/e/pharma-40-what-does-irelands-high-tech-manufacturing-future-look-like-tickets-77498701703.