Join us in developing the engineering experts and leaders of the future

In one month, the GEDC Industry Forum will return to Fontainebleau, France. Engineering and technology leaders will gather with engineering deans from around the world for dialogue, to network, and to share knowledge and good practice, developing the next generation of engineering experts and leaders and improving how we innovate across borders.

The GEDC Industry Forum offers five exceptional opportunities:

  1. To make a difference

The Industry Forum is designed for participants to create workable solutions together to some of the biggest global challenges shared by engineering and technology employers, educators and innovators.

  1. To inspire, and be inspired

The right balance of input and group work ensures we hear from global experts, while highly innovative sessions designed to facilitate peer-to-peer learning lead to the creation of valuable new ideas.

  1. To share and gather expertise

The Industry Forum’s innovative format ensures that every single voice is heard, creating a great opportunity to leverage collective knowledge whilst developing an influential and meaningful dialogue.

  1. To collaborate

Delve into the priorities and pressures that your counterparts in industry, education and the start-up sector are facing and contribute to an open dialogue in a trusting environment that turns differences into assets.

  1. To go beyond networking

The level of trust and engagement enabled by this unique format presents a remarkable opportunity for participants to go beyond networking, to build genuine, useful and lasting relationships.

Are you involved in cross-border university-industry collaboration, or in developing and training the engineers of the future? With just 80 delegate places in total, the event will soon be sold out.

Get in touch if this sounds like something for you.

  • Bruno Woeran says:

    Looking forward to engaging discussions and workshops on industry-university future relationships.

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