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Advanced Engineering 2018 - NEC Birmingham, 31st October - 1st November 2018

The Advanced Engineering 2018 Trade Show is the largest annual gathering of the UK's advanced engineering professionals. This year, the Department for International Trade (DIT) and the European Regional Fund (ERDF) will be creating a one-stop-shop for UK engineering businesses.

As part of the DIT South East stand at Advanced Engineering 2018 we are inviting companies like you to showcase your business on our stand.

This is an incredible opportunity to:

* Hear from industry experts for free - access over 200 presentations and case studies from OEMs and top tier speakers through six open forums
* Grow your network - meet partners from this years brand new sectors; Nuclear Engineering and UK Contract Manufacturing zones
* Discover what Industry 4.0 means for you - visit the expanded Connected Manufacturing show zone and conference
* (And much more!)

Date
31st October - 1st November 2018

Location
Birmingham

Participation Fee
£400 (+ VAT) (payable on successful application)

For more information please follow the link:

https://events.newable.co.uk/events/41/advanced-engineering-2018-nec-birmingham

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Posted 2018-09-18 11:35:21

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