Technology and the Future of Work

Monday 22 June, 2020

How can UK Manufacturers improve profitability and productivity to offset the challenges of the past few months?

Hear CEO, Dorian Smellie and senior shareholder, James Anthony discuss some of the pressing questions of today. Including how we get back to previous production levels with a socially distanced workforce and the role technology will play in this new workplace.


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