Wohlers Associates to hold its Investor Dinner at RAPID + TCT 2020

February 18, 2020

The Wohlers Associates Investor Dinner is this year sponsored by SME and the TCT Group, the producers of RAPID + TCT, and will take place at RAPID + TCT in Anaheim, California, USA, on April 20, 2020. Conducted by Wohlers Associates, Inc., the investor dinner aims to provide valuable insight into the Additive Manufacturing market and industry.

The dinner will feature a drinks reception followed by presentations from Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant, President and Founder of Wohlers Associates; Brian Drab, Research Analyst and Partner, William Blair & Company; and Arno Held, Chief Venture Officer, AM Ventures. There will also be a special panel consisting of the following CEOs, who will provide commentary on strategies and the future of Additive Manufacturing:

  • Ric Fulop, CEO, Desktop Metal
  • Ellen Kullman, CEO, Carbon
  • Maxim Lobovsky, CEO, Formlabs
  • Ramon Pastor, Head of 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP

“We at SME are thrilled to partner with Wohlers Associates to offer investors this exclusive opportunity,” stated Maria Conrado, RAPID + TCT Event Manager at SME. “Connecting the investment community with the best thinking in the industry is core to our mission to serve the Additive Manufacturing community, and Terry Wohlers’ insights are invaluable to knowing where this industry is headed.”

“Getting sound information on AM and 3D printing is more important now than ever, considering the amount of money involved,” commented Terry Wohlers. “Navigating the landscape and cutting through the noise created by so many new companies and products can be mind-numbing. Our company works hard to filter the chaff and deliver the gold so stakeholders can make the best possible decisions.”

Those attending the investor dinner will receive Wohlers Report 2020 as part of the registration fee. Further information and registration details are available via the event website.



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