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Expertise in providing insightful, valuable and engaging analysis and insight of the transformational nature of the role of technology in the manufacturing and its impact on people, process and organization. This role will be focused on producing fact based research and frameworks providing insights to the direction of technology change and best practice across the sector. The holder of this role must be able to articulate and influence as a thought leader, working with manufacturing companies and vendors. Experience across IT and operational technology is critical.
You will be reporting to the Research Director EMEA, or a person designated by the aforementioned.
The Manufacturing Insights research team provides strategic fact-based research and insights to manufacturing companies globally across all processing industries. This role will sit within with manufacturing research practice that is based out of the EMEA region. The scope of research will be for manufacturing companies globally, with a particularly focus on extending research activities deeper within Europe. The research activities will include:
Create a position and profile in the market that is credible, respected and depended on by manufacturing companies and technology vendors alike.
Your responsibilities as a Research Manager will include, but are not limited to, the following:
Analysis and Research:
Business Development and Client Management: