5 | 6 | 7 MAY 2020
Experience Servitization Live
A new Servitization event for business, the World Servitization Convention brings together the global community of leading servitization researchers and business executives to advance their servitization strategies, experience demonstrations of the technologies enabling advanced services and transform the future of manufacturing.
With concerns over the Covid-19 outbreak mounting, we have taken the decision to move The World Servitization Convention to 14-16 September 2020. All existing registrations have been transferred to the new date.
In the meantime, we have a programme of digital taster sessions and webinars for you. The first live digital taster session will take place on 5th May, so register now for the World Servitization Covention and become part of the community.
This three day convention in Birmingham, UK will give you access to the latest, leading knowledge, research and insights on servitization from academic, business and industry experts, as well as practitioners and vendors from a range of industry sectors.
Quite simply: all you need to know about servitization in one place.
Welcome from the Chair
The World Servitization Convention is a new conference we are hosting to draw together global business leaders who are setting out to engage and accelerate the adoption of servitization within their organisations.
The World Servitization Convention will combine an exhibition – or as I like to think of it ‘Servitization Live’ – with demonstrations from businesses at the forefront of servitization, with a conference programme featuring presentations and workshops from international leaders in the field.
Our goal is to create a central, leading platform, where industrialists can engage with their peers to advance their understanding about servitization and advanced services. We will bring servitization alive with exhibits and demonstrations of advanced services and the technologies that enable them.
We will show what servitization looks like in practice, as well as the technologies and practices that enable success.
Professor Tim Baines