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RoboBusiness Direct Launches with Online Series for Robotics Community

Published: 22 May 2020 by

RoboBusiness Direct 2020

Business-to-Business publisher WTWH Media has announced the launch of RoboBusiness Direct, an ongoing, integrated series of presentations and media coverage designed to drive robotics innovation, speed commercialization efforts, and strengthen the robotics community. The RoboBusiness Direct program runs from May through July, 2020. Learn more about the available sessions.

“With RoboBusiness Direct, the educational and community-building aspects of the RoboBusiness Conference & Expo, the world’s premier robotics business development event, are being expanded into the digital realm and beyond, to provide increased educational options, as well as extended opportunities for peer networking and business development,” said Dan Kara, Vice President of Robotics at WTWH Media.

Leading Companies

RoboBusiness Direct sessions will be delivered by some of the brightest minds from leading robotics and automation companies from around the world, including: Nuro, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, Samsung, Siemens, and more. RoboBusiness Direct speakers will share their expertise and insights on a variety of topics in four subject areas:

  • Identifying Opportunities,
  • Exploiting Technologies,
  • Driving Business,
  • and Transforming Industries.

Registration is now open

Registration for the RoboBusiness Direct program is now open. To view the RoboBusiness Direct schedule, review speakers and session topics, or register for RoboBusiness Direct programs, visit webinars.on24.com/wtwh/robobusdirectseries.

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