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APRIL 4-6 | 2023


7me edition


The global platform that brings together the entire aerospace ecosystem!


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October 27 | 2021

Update: 20/10/2021
  • Scaling Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry 
    Jason Ball, VP, Business Development, BURLOAK TECHNOLOGIES 

    Peter Adams, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, BURLOAK TECHNOLOGIES 

    Most sectors are now well-acquainted with additive manufacturing and on the challenging path to scaling it. However, there are several key considerations before embarking on large-scale production. This workshop takes a deeper dive into what it means to scale, how scalability can be achieved and the necessary steps to succeeding. 
  • Airbus - We Make it Fly

    Sven Kaesser, Vice President, Procurement A220

    Joe Marcheschi, Director of Procurement at Airbus Americas

    Headquartered in Toulouse, Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. Airbus operates in more than 170 locations worldwide with a presence on every continent, including in Canada, home of the A220.

  • How to Create a Successful Environment to Drive Performance and Continuous improvement 
    Sophie Valcourt, General Manager, Bombardier 

    Michel Coupal, Director, Research & Development, Proaction International

    Front-line managers play a key role in driving performance. That's why the management of Bombardier’s Centre of Excellence decided to invest in the development of its managers.  This conference will reveal how, in only a few months, they were able to develop their managers’ leadership and decision-making capacity, resulting in a significant increase in team mobilization and substantial efficiency gains.
  • Data-Driven Analysis vs. Data Silos

    James Calder, Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Programs, Assent Compliance

    Aerospace and defense companies must map product safety, human rights, environmental performance, and trade concerns together in order to navigate an increasingly complex compliance landscape. Using data-driven risk analysis, companies can avoid disruption caused by substance restrictions, government sanctions, or legal obligations.

    In this presentation, Assent’s Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Programs James Calder will examine:

    • Applicable sustainability risks within the aerospace supply chain and the consequences of failing to meet modern market expectations.
    • Policies and how market trends are demanding greater visibility into supply chain sustainability.
    • Real-world examples of aerospace businesses that turned supply chain sustainability into a market advantage… and businesses that didn’t.

    • Learn how technology is helping companies remove data silos to build complete risk radars and steer clear of unnecessary risks.
  • Aerospace Industry in Morocco
    Meryem Kabbadj - Acting Export Director, Moroccan Investment & Export Development Agency (pre-recorded video)

    Morocco emerged as a prime aeronautics platform with annual growth rate of 20% over the past years. The country is ranked among the world’s most dynamic aerospace ecosystems with diversified and highly integrated supply chain. Top OEMs are using parts produced in Morocco and many key industry players have built successful long-term partnerships in the country thanks Morocco's geostrategic location and unique set of competitive advantages.

  • Bombardier Supply Chain Outlook & Requirements
    Maxime Freson, Senior Director Procurement, Bombardier

    In this presentation, Bombardier will provide an update on how the business aviation sector is recovering, the Supply chain risks it sees as threats to this recovery and what it expects from its Supply Chain. As part of this presentation, Bombardier will also share specific direction on its Aerostructures commodity strategy in the current context.


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