Whether it is the food and beverage industry or manufacturing sector or the agriculture & environmental sectors, there is a clear need and growing demand for Testing, Inspection and Certification Market. For instance, FSIS employs roughly 7,500 food safety inspectors who work in more than 6,000 meat, poultry and processed egg facilities across the country and more than 120 ports of entry every day- Farm Futures
. Similar to the food safety testing realm, automotive industry is witnessing amplification in many fragments; a prime one being the E-cars in infotainment. With these maturations, there is an automatic demand for the advancement in quality of safety measures taken. Avoiding bugs is becoming an important part of introduction of any product today.
While the challenge lies in the impact caused by regional regulations and standards on globalization of trade, emerging markets are strategizing to empower the global industry by grabbing major opportunities.WEBINAR TAKE-AWAY: How the Testing, Inspection and Certification Market is planning to capitalize international opportunities!
Key Target Audience:
- Improving standards in software validation wherever applicable
- Strengthening the official guidance for management
- Rising the effectiveness of governance
- Focusing on Risk-Management
- Organizing a Compliance Framework
- Uplifting ethics to promote success by avoiding failures
Raw material and testing equipment suppliers
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
Technology Standards Organizations, Forums, Alliances, and Associations
Analysts and strategic business planners
End users who want to know more about the TIC (Testing, Inspection, and Certification) and latest standards in the TIC market
Government bodies, venture capitalists, and private equity firms
The webinar will last approximately 60 minutes.
Speakers: Research Manager - Dependra Lal, IndustryARC