April 4-7 2017 EUROEXPO LYON

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New and improved events

INDUSTRIE, the leading exhibition in France and ranked in the European TOP 5, is partnering with market and manufacturing stakeholders to offer a new and improved schedule of confirmed events focused on three major themes: Innovation, Training, and the Factory of the Future. We aim to keep you abreast of technological and strategic developments by highlighting innovation and know-how through events and demonstrations:

  • Labo INDUSTRIE

    6 themes: Digital tools, Designing materials, Automation, Manufacturing processes, Maintenance and connected services, Energy efficiency

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  • Innovation Awards

    This year, INDUSTRIE will showcase the most innovative exhibitors in 4 categories.

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  • Industrial manager award

    Manufacturing Manager of the Year Award

    Check out the 2016 winners

  • INside INdustrie

    For the first time, INDUSTRIE will welcome not one but two guests of honor to the exhibition in Lyon!

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  • Industrie Academy

    All manufacturing sectors are hiring. INDUSTRIE’s Village Formation (Training Village) enables you to target relevant contacts.

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  • Recruitment space

    Espace Recrutement is both a web portal and a booth at the exhibition.

    Recruitement space

  • Guided tours

    Guided tours provide a guide you will follow on the exhibition

    Soon available

  • Business Meetings

    Free-of-charge business meetings between exhibiters and purchasers

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  • Funding space

    Advice, services, and comprehensive solutions offered by our partners

    Financing question

New :

  • FAB LAB

    INDUSTRIE created his space for collaborative creation to present the new structures that operate under the Open Innovation model.
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  • Sector Event

    Each year, a technological itinerary is highlighted. In 2017, the theme will be Assembly-Mounting.
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  • 100 CEOs

    This event will partner with Ingénieurs Arts & Métiers to gather 100 CEOs (of SMEs and mid-cap companies) and senior executives of large companies.