A key factor in becoming customer-centric and ensuring that you stay ahead of the competition is defining your value proposition. Because the perception of value is subjective, it is necessary to establish what constitutes value to your customers.
We've discussed Europe's automotive, aerospace, defense, and renewable energy industries as the main opportunities for manufacturing technology. Less discussed, but equally attractive, is medical devices. This week we focus on that rapidly growing sector.
From Japan to Italy, conducting business abroad requires flexible thinking, research, and patience. A global sales strategist shares three actions you can take to enhance your branding process in any international market.
Today we attempt to assess the European economies and their main challenges – apart from the Ukrainian war zone in Eastern Europe. Two areas of concern have emerged: energy sourcing and maintaining manufacturing levels in the face of changing demand.
Hubert Sawicki, the AMT representative for Europe, tells how, at the request of friends, he was able to drive hundreds of miles to make contact with three refugees and bring them to Warsaw.
The transition to smarter and more flexible manufacturing is an ongoing effort by these leading automotive suppliers.
This week we look at the state of the energy and defense industries, two sectors singled out as clearly receiving widespread investments which resulted in opportunities for manufacturing technology. Take a break from the war news in the region and read on.