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Personalisation, 3D printing and robotics hold the promise

Companies must rethink old notions of where value comes from, who creates it and who profits from it: Deloitte
Monday, October 5, 2015 - 05:50

A man observing the printing process of bracelet using a 3D printer.


IN the future world of manufacturing, the big will get bigger while the small will fragment even more as the sector meets a confluence of trends from the lowering of barriers to entry to an increased desire for personalisation among consumers.

In this new landscape,

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