Frost & Sullivan

Executive Think Tank Dinner

The Pursuit of Sustainable Manufacturing:

Increasing Efficiency, Reducing Waste, and Creating a Circular Economy

Roberta Gamble

Roberta Gamble
Partner & Vice President
Frost & Sullivan

Tuesday, May 16, 2023
7:00PM – 10:00PM EDT

Christini’s Ristorante Italiano
Orlando, Florida

We are pleased to invite you to an exclusive dinner and discussion with your peers to gain your perspective in support of our ongoing industry research.

Join us for an evening with today’s top manufacturing experts!

Manufacturing leaders face near-conflicting goals of improving financial performance while reducing environmental impact. By controlling product lifecycle, manufacturers can improve process efficiency, profitability and sustainability. Advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and Blockchain can accelerate innovation, enhance security and reduce waste. However, manufacturers and their partners are at varying levels of technology adoption, which may stifle their ability to meet differing targets.

The key questions we will be discussing are:

Where and how are advanced technologies implemented across the ecosystem?

How important is sustainability to manufacturing?

What are the best ways to measure and improve sustainability activities?

Which technologies are at the forefront of environmentally sound manufacturing?

How can manufacturing prepare future generations for sustainable manufacturing careers?

Frost & Sullivan’s Roberta Gamble, Partner and Vice President, will lead an invite-only evening of in-person discussion with manufacturing industry thought leaders. The event will focus on how organizations can achieve greater efficiency, profitability, and environmental sustainability, while guests enjoy an exquisite selection of food and beverages.


Bill Sisson

Bill Sisson
Executive Director
WBCSD North America

WBCSD North America
Greg Belt

Greg Belt
Manufacturing Industry
Advisor – Digital Core
Fujitsu North America, Inc.

Johan Carstens

Johan Carstens
Manufacturing Industry
Advisor – Smart Factory
Fujitsu North America, Inc.


GS Jha
Global Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer



What is an Executive Think Tank Dinner?
A Frost & Sullivan Executive Think Tank Dinner is an exclusive, unique and highly engaging in-person conversation that brings together a diverse group of industry leaders to discuss their opinions on a certain topic, all while enjoying fantastic food and beverage offerings, of course. Content from this collective discussion will be featured in an upcoming Frost & Sullivan article where you have the options to be highlighted as a thought leader. Your insight as a strategic partner is invaluable.
Why should I participate?
  • Share & Learn Best Practices: Engage in strategic conversations with your peers. The open, candid discussions you have will spark creative thinking and help you formulate new ideas for implementation.
  • Increase Your Peer-to-Peer Network: Connect with other senior level leaders in your industry on a more intimate level.
  • Get Access to a Frost & Sullivan Analyst: Engage with our industry experts to gain additional insights and ask them your questions.
  • Demonstrate Your Industry Expertise: The insights, feedback and best practices shared by you will be part of an upcoming Frost & Sullivan article. Through your participation, both you and your company will be positioned as a leader.
Will I have the option to be quoted or not?

Yes, all participants have the options to be quoted or not in the Article.

Will I get a copy of this article when published?

Yes, we would be more than happy to send you over a complimentary copy of the Article once published.

Will you accommodate my dietary restrictions?

Yes! We understand the importance of dietary restrictions and allergies and want to ensure that all participants feel comfortable and have an enjoyable experience.

What is the location of the restaurant?

Christini’s Ristorante Italiano, 7600 Dr. Phillips Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32819

Confirm Your Participation

In Collaboration With