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Stacey Weismiller

World Economic Forum

Initiatives & Content Lead, Adv. Mfg & Value Chains

Stacey Weismiller

As part of the Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chains Centre at the World Economic Forum, Stacey works across initiatives that include sustainability and technology while also supporting the work of the US Centre of Advanced Manufacturing. Before joining the World Economic Forum, Stacey ran a series of successful industrial and sustainability portfolios across the New York City Economic Development Corporation and SecondMuse, a global innovation firm. After receiving her master’s in urban planning from the City College of New York, Stacey worked for General Electric in the transportation and renewable industry, focusing on supply-chain and product cost initiatives, specific to large-scale energy portfolios.


Keynote: A Lighthouse for American Manufacturing: Insights from the Ericsson and the World Economic Forum’s Global Lighthouse Network


Stacey Weismiller, Advanced manufacturing & Value Chains, World Economic Forum
Rahul Shahani, Partner, McKinsey & Company
David Hart, I4.0 Transformation Leader, Ericsson

Join our expert panel featuring the World Economic Forum, McKinsey, and Ericsson to discuss the transformative potential of Industry 4.0 on productivity, sustainability, and resilience. Drawing on lessons from 132 factories in the Global Lighthouse Network and Ericsson's own inspiring journey, this session will showcase impactful digital use cases, actionable strategies, and enablers needed to succeed in this rapidly evolving digital landscape. Attendees will walk away with a clearer understanding of how to harness the best practices of global leaders and apply them to their own manufacturing organizations.

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