In recent years, there have been increasing instances of cross-border threats, including climate change, international trade disputes and global health emergencies. During the COVID-19 health crisis, the disruption of global supply chains and the unprecedented surge in demand for vital medical equipment left the manufacturing and logistics firms facing the unknown. This extraordinary change presented the need to focus on new forms of collaboration, new business models, new approaches to accelerate the industrial response.
Such emergency situations require large-scale planning for preparedness and response in order for the European countries to be able to protect their citizens, counteract and cope with unforeseen challenges. In case of sudden changes and disruptions, the resilience of the companies is crucial. Maintaining business continuity is at the focus of business managers and leaders.
During our SME Resilience Days, event attendees had a chance to hear directly from the leading European experts their perspective on the topic.
On May 3rd, our guest keynote speaker Kumardev Chatterjee shared his insights on the recent challenges. We also guided our event attendees through the possibilities of professional and financial support as well as shared how to join the Community network and the Marketplace of the ‘Digital Technopole’.
On May 4th, our morning session was dedicated to the issue of product certification.
while the afternoon presentations focused on manufacturing repurposing in times of crisis.
On May 5th, the morning session covered the topic of workforce flexibility, Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality tools for knowledge sharing,
and in the afternoon - resilient supply chains to tackle components and raw material shortages.
Each business has its specific needs – we are aware of that, and that is why we offer free one-on-one consultations in order to find support tailored to your requirements. Contact Aniko Balogh at innomine aniko.balogh(at)innomine.comand connect with the experts for further support.