Implementing mass-customisation and industry 4.0 – Presented by Richard van Deventer, White Lioness technologies

Implementing mass-customisation and industry 4.0 – Presented by Richard van Deventer, White Lioness technologies, at the 3D Printing Content Conference, on October 4, 2017, at B.Amsterdam, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Richard will try to give hands-on insight in how organisations apply mass-customisation based on already implemented projects. What software and hardware solutions are being applied and how does this change the way organisations work and do business. What are the external and internal social and organisational challenges to create a sustainable scalable business that comes with Industry 4.0.

About Richard van Deventer
Richard studied economy and sociology and is business development manager at White Lioness technologies.

He has an extensive and broad experience in technology startups and nonprofits.

About White Lioness technologies /
White Lioness technologies can help you to reap the benefits of advanced computation in your company. Our platform helps our clients to enable mass customisation. is modular, connects, automates work for you, scales with the amount of work and allows you to interact with data.

About 3D Printing Content Conference

The 3D Printing Content Conference will take place on October 4, 2017, at B.Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

It is a half-day conference (13.00 to 18.00) about the creation of 3D Printing content – design and 3D modelling software, distribution of content, 3D printing content as part of merchandising (gaming industry), 3D printing & Industry 4.0.

Speakers from Shapeways, 3D Hubs, FabZat, MyMiniFactory, White Lioness technologies, New State Of Matter / Endless Objects will be there to talk about these topics.


Price: € 145,- (VAT excluded) for regular attendees, € 85,- (VAT excluded) for students (limited no. of tickets)


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