Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis, the region’s annual medical design and manufacturing event, returns to Minneapolis November 3-4. Part of Advanced Manufacturing Minneapolis, an end-to-end design and manufacturing event organized by Informa Markets – Engineering, MD&M Minneapolis is joined by sister shows Design & Manufacturing (D&M), Automation Technology Expo (ATX), Plastec, and MinnPack. The entire event will allow attendees to explore the latest technologies and trends in medical, packaging, automation, plastics, and design engineering and manufacturing sectors.
"We are thrilled to share that we are returning to Minneapolis to propel the medical device and manufacturing industries forward, markets that contributes more than $52.7 billion a year to Minneapolis' economy," said Suzanne Deffree, group event director, Advanced Manufacturing Minneapolis, Informa Markets – Engineering. "Year after year, this event gathers the Midwest's leading visionaries from established institutions like Mayo Clinic, 3M, UnitedHealth, and Medtronic and technical innovators from venture-backed startups for two days of face-to-face networking, educational deep dives, and deal-making."
The event boasts industry partners such as SMTA International, VSI Labs, Sterilization Packaging Manufacturers Council (SPMC), and University of Minnesota. "We are honored to partner with Informa Markets – Engineering and merge our like-minded communities of electronics engineering and advanced manufacturing professionals, facilitating long overdue industry connection and education," said Tanya Martin, global executive director, at SMTA International. "The electronics manufacturing and assembly sectors are undergoing immense disruptions and there is a huge appetite for forward-looking content that highlights innovations, insights, and trends that will shape the future of business in these sectors. We look forward to reconnecting the industry this November."
The in-person experience will feature more than 385 exhibitors spanning 3D printing, robotics and automation, digital health, sterile packaging, and more. Educational opportunities will include on-floor theaters (MedTech Central, Engineering Theater, Tech Theater), the Career Zone, and a full conference program.
Register now to attend the 2021 edition of Advanced Manufacturing Minneapolis.
Medical device engineers can stay connected across MD&M, D&M, ATX, Plastec, and MinnPack with #DiscoverEngineerBuild.
Informa Markets – Engineering is the publisher of MD+DI.