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Innovation is the essence of manufacturing. It is the temptation to do something new to gain a competitive edge. It has been the driving force in manufacturing for centuries and will continue to be so. As new technologies and strategies are introduced daily, keeping pace can be challenging – but rewarding.

InspirON 2023 is your chance to get ahead of the innovation curve. The event, hosted by Protolabs, is about embracing innovation and bringing together manufacturing experts to share insights into all things innovation, from the successful strategies implemented now to the disruptive technologies on the horizon that could revolutionise manufacturing soon.

Through seminars, panel discussions and case studies, participants will learn directly from experts, connecting with:

• Josh Valman, CEO and founder of RPD International | Seminar: What is innovation?
• Piers Tomlinson, FT Longitude | Panel Discussion: Manufacturing innovation in the face of adversity
• Innovation in practice | Case Study: Using rapid manufacturing to solve complex development challenges
• Sam Guest, Richard Anthony, David Ewing, Protolabs Product Management and Application Engineering | Panel Discussion: Practical innovation for production methods

To be part of the future of manufacturing innovation, join us at:

Piazza Conference Suite, Hall 4, NEC Birmingham, North Ave, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1NT 

Wednesday, 7th June 2023 from 1 pm

Register your attendance and enjoy free parking! 

We hope to see you there!


Protolabs InspirON 2023 Embracing Innovation

Featured Speaker:


Mats Lewan
Futurist, Research Analyst, Author, and Journalist

Throughout history, technology has been a major driver for change, acting as a powerful catalyst for end-less human creativity and innovation. In this session, futurist and author Mats Lewan gives his view on how innovations bring structural change, the power of ‘digital intrapreneurship’ for harvesting new ideas, and the increasing importance of finding a balance between humans and technology in a digitalised world. 

Wednesday, 7th June

from 1 pm

NEC Birmingham