We are delighted to invite you to “Made in Australia with Italian Engineering” (MAIE), an exceptional event that celebrates the advancements and collaborations within the field of advanced manufacturing. The Italian Chamber of Commerce, sponsored by Investment NSW, in partnership with Austrade and under the esteemed patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Canberra, proudly presents an exclusive forum aimed at fostering synergies between Italian and Australian companies in Australia.
Taking place on the 5th of June at the Australian Maritime Museum of Sydney, this forum serves as a platform for the re-launch of Australian manufacturing, a sector experiencing a remarkable resurgence. It is an opportune moment to explore the potential of fruitful partnerships and highlight Italy’s established reputation as a reliable supplier within the industry.
With a diverse range of companies participating, some already established in Australia and others entering the market for the first time, “Made in Australia with Italian Engineering” promises an exciting convergence of expertise, innovation, and business opportunities. Throughout the day, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in informative conferences and engaging panel discussions led by leading industry professionals and experts who are at the forefront of revolutionising the manufacturing landscape.
This event offers a unique chance for networking, knowledge exchange, and forging long-lasting collaborations that will drive the growth and development of advanced manufacturing in both nations. Discover cutting-edge technologies, explore investment prospects, and witness firsthand the potential for shared success between Italian and Australian enterprises. We extend a warm invitation to all those passionate about shaping the future of manufacturing to be a part of “Made in Australia with Italian Engineering.”
Mark your calendars for the 5th of June and join us in Sydney! Together, let us redefine the possibilities of advanced manufacturing and pave the way for a brighter future propelling the industry forward
Australian National Maritime Museum
2 Murray Street
Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000