Futurist Jim Carroll to Speak on What World Class Innovators Do

Strong line up of informational features at UBM Canon's Atlantic Design & Manufacturing

Jun 07, 2013, 14:58 ET from UBM Canon

SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jim Carroll, author and futurist, will be a featured speaker at Atlantic Design & Manufacturing at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia this month, speaking on What Do World Class Innovators Do That Others Don't Do? Event producer UBM Canon is striving to provide more opportunities for education and inspiration from thought leaders on the expo hall floor at its trade events. The company brings in Carroll and a host of other speakers and panels with topics relevant and important to the rapidly changing design and manufacturing industry. A panel on women in medtech and engineering to discuss the current controversies surrounding women in positions of responsibility in industry, a talk on Aligned Partnerships in design and development by Scott Jost, and a showcase of winners of the Medical Design Excellence Awards are just some of the other special free presentations at the event aimed at providing educational and networking opportunities for all who attend.

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Co-located with Atlantic Design & Manufacturing, June 18-20, 2013, is MD&M (Medical Design & Manufacturing) East, now celebrating its 30th year. Other shows expanding the reach of this large manufacturing event are EastPack, ATX (Automation Technology Expo) East, PLASTEC East, and Pharmapack, the latter on June 18-19 only.

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