MADE IN FRANCE 4.0: A FORWARD LOOK AT FRENCH MANUFACTURING
MADE IN FRANCE PREMIÈRE VISION, in association with the Groupement de la Fabrication Française (GFF), is holding a conference on changes happening in the different facets of Made in France.
New technologies are valuable tools to enhance timeless fashion-manufacturing methods. They are now an integral part of manufacturers’ daily lives.
How will the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, boost French manufacturing and help accelerate its development?
A special show event promising to imagine the future, and question and examine the progress being made in other sectors.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 AT 6:30 PM
Carreau du Temple / Auditorium
Access upon presentation of the show badge
Conference in French
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Moderated by Lucas Delattre, and in the presence of:
- Denis Jacquet, Entrepreneur, President of Parrainer la Croissance
- Jérôme Bergeret, Head of the Fashion Lab at Dassault
- Charles Thurat, co-founder of Heuritech
- A speaker from Wired Beauty (Usine IO)
About Lucas Delattre:
Lucas Delattre is in charge of teaching communications, media and digital at the IFM, and is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (rue Ulm, class of 1985, arts/history), and also has a Media and Communication Masters from ESCP Europe (1989). He worked as a foreign correspondent and journalist in Germany from 1989 to1997 (Le Monde) and then on the foreign desk at Le Monde in Paris from1997 to 2001. He was deputy editor of Monde des Débats (2001). He was head of the Paris office of the Conseil de l’Europe from 2002 to 2005. Between 2006 and 2015, he has been in charge of communications for IFM. He is also the author of “Une envie de politique, entretiens avec Dany Cohn-Bendit et Guy Herzlich” (La Découverte, 1998), and “Fritz Kolbe, A Spy at the Heart of the Third Reich” (Grove Atlantic, 2004).