GMIS closes 4 deals with global industry players for sustainable growth

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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The Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit (GMIS) has signed four Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with knowledge partners, recognizing the role of international collaboration and sustainability in the global manufacturing industry.

The agreements were signed with the Confederation of Employers and Industries of Spain (CEOE), the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), the Manufacturing Association of Israel (MAI), and the National Industry Confederation of Brazil (CNI) to promote collaboration efforts through workshops, webinars, and bilateral exchanges.

The MoUs affirms GMIS role as a collaborative international platform for fostering industrial growth, advanced technology adoption, and sustainable economic diversification. By spotlighting the latest developments in Big Data, digitalization and artificial intelligence (AI), GMIS is convening the world’s major industrial players to usher in a new, sustainable era in manufacturing and industrialization.

Badr Al-Olama
Badr Al-Olama
Head – Organizing Committee
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“We are thrilled to partner with global manufacturing associations, working together towards building smarter, and more resilient manufacturing capabilities by enabling local industry leaders to share best practices and deliver cutting-edge innovative solutions. Coming together furthers individual capabilities and strengthens global cooperation. These partnerships play a very important role within our ecosystem and alongside our annual GMIS.”

The GMIS 2021 Summit, which took place on November 22-23, under the theme ‘Rewiring Societies: Repurposing Digitalization for Prosperity,’ drew a cross-section of around 125 global leaders from the public and private sectors.

The first day of the Summit featured discussions focused on critical topics including Society 5.0, the digitalization of the power sector and ways to best interpret data intelligence, and the potential for digital transformation to serve economic prosperity.

The second day of the Summit focused on the major issues in the manufacturing sector and explored how twin, green and digital, transition rallies innovation and sustainability together with Industry 4.0 technologies. Senior UAE industry leaders discussed the country’s strategy to boost industrial productivity through Operation 300bn, the National Strategy for Industry and Advanced Technology.

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