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The Role of Digitization in Supporting Lean Methods and Culture with Dawn Foods

Date:
March 2
Cost:
Free
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Midlands Lean Network

The move to remote working and social distancing in workplaces led to disruption to so many aspects of businesses including Lean activities.

This event is organised by the Midlands Lean Network and aims to provide an opportunity for practitioners, business owners, beginners, and enthusiasts to Learn, Share, & Network. All businesses with an interest in Lean and Operational Excellence are welcome.

Join Miriam Keogh, Head of Continuous Improvement, and Shannon Geoghegan, Continuous Improvement Specialist to gain insights into how digitalization supported their Lean methods and culture in Dawn Farms. The event will include a presentation followed by optional breakouts sessions to connect with peers and discuss the topic of the day.

March 2nd @ 11am

Speakers

Miriam Keogh

Head of Continuous Improvement

Miriam has worked in Dawn Farms for 18 years and her depth of knowledge and experience helps her to play a leading role in fostering a culture of continuous improvement across all the various functions of the business. She believes passionately in the power of great team work and sustainable long term solutions.

Miriam is a graduate of UCC with a MSC in Supply Chain and a Lean Black Belt.

Shannon Geoghegan

Continuous Improvement Specialist

About Dawn Farms

Established in 1985, Dawn Farms is a family-owned company and the largest B2B specialist supplier of pre- cooked meat, plant protein, fermented and dried sausage ingredients outside of the U.S. The company currently supplies the world’s leading food brands across more than 50 international markets throughout the UK, Europe, The Middle East, Asia and Africa.

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