Dyndrite has announced that Klaus Kleinfeld, the former CEO of Siemens, will join Dyndrite CEO Harshil Goel for a fireside chat at Dyndrite’s Digital Manufacturing Investor Day (DMID) 2022.
During the event, the two executives will talk about innovation in digital manufacturing and about what these transformations in the manufacturing industry mean for brands and investors worldwide.
DMID is a conference focused on informing the investor community about the game-changing companies at the forefront of the digital manufacturing industry.
The event, aimed at providing a virtual space where companies can showcase their vision and innovation to the investor community, will be held virtually and will bring together co-founders, CEOs, venture capitalists, institutional and individual investors from all around the world.
Sponsored by DEVELOP3D, this year’s event will host companies including Axtra3D, Evolve Additive, Fast Radius, HoloAM, Nexa3D, PrinterPrezz, SLM Solutions, Uniformity Labs, and Xerox Elem Additive.
Klaus Kleinfeld is the chairman and CEO of Constellation Acquisition Corp, an NYSE-listed SPAC, and the founder of K2Elevation, a company that invests in and develops international enterprises in technology and biotech segment.
He is also the chairman of Konux and a member of the supervisory boards of Neom, GreyOrange, and Fero Labs.
As former CEO and now a member of the board, Kleinfeld’s role at Neom includes advising the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in matters of economic development.
From 2008 to 2017, he has been the chairman and CEO of Alcoa/Arconic, which he steered through one of the worst commodity crises in its history and positioned in innovative high-tech sectors.
Born in Bremen and with an MBA from the University of Göttingen and a PhD from the University of Würzburg, Kleinfeld had a 20-year career at Siemens, where he became CEO in early 2005.
“We’re excited to have Klaus join us as he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this space. I look forward to an insightful and engaging discussion,” said the CEO and founder of Dyndrite Harshil Goel.