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TechValidate Research on Manufacturing Leadership

These pages present data that TechValidate has sourced via direct research with verified customers and users of Manufacturing Leadership. TechValidate stands behind the authenticity of all published data. Learn more »



357 Customers Surveyed

3,242 Data Points Collected

60 Published TechFacts

9 Published Charts

2 Published Case Studies



Selected Research Highlights


Manufacturing Leadership Customer Fact

More Networking and Content Than One Person Can Handle!

The Procter & Gamble Company would recommend other companies send 3 team members, based on the number of networking opportunities and range of content delivered at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.

Manufacturing Leadership Customer Fact

Real Solutions to Business Challenges Realized

A Global 500 pharmaceuticals company finds that the unique interactive structure of the Manufacturing Leadership Summit leads to access to best practices, increased networking & relationship building, and a forum which allows them to get real solutions to business challenges.

Manufacturing Leadership Customer Research

It’s all about CONTENT & CONNECTIONS; 93% of participants would send 2 or more team members.

Based on the number of networking opportunities and range of content being delivered at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit, I would recommend companies send ____ team member(s).

5: 4%
4: 4%
3: 30%
2: 54%
1: 7%

Manufacturing Leadership Case Study

ML Summit – Strongly Recommended for Content, Networking, and Real Solutions by a Global 500 Pharmaceuticals Company

Introduction

This case study of a Global 500 pharmaceuticals company is based on a June 2016 survey of Manufacturing Leadership customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Manufacturing Leadership:

  • The company agrees that the pre-arranged meetings with the Technology Partners at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit was time well spent.

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Manufacturing Leadership that the surveyed company uses:

  • Believes that today’s “traditional” trade shows and/or conferences are plagued with the following problems:
    • Aggressive sales tactics by sponsor & exhibiting companies
    • Poor communication & customer service by organizers
  • Finds that the unique interactive structure of the Manufacturing Leadership Summit leads to the following benefits:
    • Access to best practices
    • Increased networking & relationship building
    • A forum which allows them to get real solutions to business challenges
  • Would recommend other companies send 3 team members based on the amount of networking opportunities and range of content being delivered at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Manufacturing Leadership:

  • Was able to generate 5 real business and personal relationships at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.
  • Rates the value of content received at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit as very timely and relevant.
  • Would choose to attend the Manufacturing Leadership Summit if they could only go to one external event per year.
  • Would very strongly recommend this event to their colleagues and/or peers.

Manufacturing Leadership Customer Research

92% of ML Summit participants would send 2 or more company executives to attend this event

Based on the amount of networking opportunities and range of content being delivered at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit, I would recommend companies send ____ team member(s).

5: 2%
4: 10%
3: 32%
2: 48%
1: 8%

Manufacturing Leadership Case Study

Fortune 500 Automotive & Transport Company

Introduction

This case study of a Fortune 500 automotive & transport company is based on a June 2016 survey of Manufacturing Leadership customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“Manufacturing Leadership provides direction to where I should be researching and looking for solutions.”

Challenges

The business challenge that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Manufacturing Leadership:

  • The company agree that the pre-arranged meetings with the Technology Partners at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit was time well spent.

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Manufacturing Leadership that the surveyed company uses:

  • Believes that today’s “traditional” trade shows and/or conferences are plagued with the following problem:
    • Theoretical presentations producing two few action items and takeaways
  • Finds that the unique interactive structure of the Manufacturing Leadership Summit leads to the following benefits:
    • Access to best practices
    • Increased networking & relationship building
    • A forum which allows them to get real solutions to business challenges
    • More value overall
  • Would recommend other companies send 4 team members based on the amount of networking opportunities and range of content being delivered at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.
  • Would be more likely to inquire about services if a solution provider sponsored the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Manufacturing Leadership:

  • Was able to generate 10 real business and personal relationships at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit.
  • Rates the value of content received at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit as timely and relevant.
  • Would choose to attend the Manufacturing Leadership Summit if they could only go to one external event per year.
  • Would strongly recommend this event to their colleagues and/or peers.


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About Manufacturing Leadership

The Manufacturing Leadership Summit, now in its 10th year, is hosted by the Manufacturing Leadership Council of Frost & Sullivan. Their mission is to enable chief executives and their leadership teams to collaborate and debate with like minded peers to identify and outline tomorrow’s strategies and to create winning companies for the future. They believe that cross functional, cross industry, global networking and collaboration will enable leaders to broaden their lens, identify risks and opportunities that can make or break their companies and support better, faster decision making in today’s increasingly complex environment.

  Manufacturing Leadership Council Website