18 April 2013

Manufacturing Summit 2013

Investing in UK Manufacturing – Thursday 18th April 2013

Now in its fourth year, the Manufacturing Summit continues to shape the debate between industry and government.

More than ever manufacturing is at the very heart of the UK's economic future. The 2013 event covers 'Investing in UK Manufacturing' – What is the Government doing to help manufacturers? What can manufacturers and in particular SMEs do to help themselves?

The Manufacturing Summit continues to provide UK manufacturers with the opportunity to hear from and to question key speakers from industry, government, politics, economics and industry associations – the people who impact the future of the sector. The aim has always been simple: provide manufacturers with a platform to listen coupled with industry case studies and useful workshops take away important practical ideas for their manufacturing businesses.

Created in partnership with Engineering The Future, IET, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The ERA Foundation and Findlay Media, the Manufacturing Summit brings together leading keynote speakers, a "Question Time" panel and a selection of practical discussion forums which offer a wealth of valuable content for anyone with an investment in UK manufacturing.

If you are running a manufacturing business and want to join the debate as well as receive practical insights that can be applied to your business, then the Manufacturing Summit is a must attend event!

Book your place now: http://www.ukmanufacturingsummit.co.uk/book-now.cfm

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Findlay Media, Engineering The Future, IET, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The ERA Foundation

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http://www.ukmanufacturingsummit.co.uk/

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Findlay Media Ltd

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