Get ready for the full manufacturing ecosystem to come together for Subcon, The Engineer Expo and Manufacturing Management Show. Three events, one location, and the complete manufacturing solution.
Source the latest products, innovations and solutions from over 200 British and International suppliers. Our exhibitors span a massive range of manufacturing and engineering businesses, including assembly work, CNC machining, metal fabrication, 3D printing and many more. As this diversity of exhibitors shows, there will be huge opportunities to forge strategic partnerships and improve existing processes.
We also have an exceptional line-up of speakers that can provide on-the-spot usable and workable solutions on everything from smart tech implementation and security, to workforce development and hitting net-zero.
Across two theatres, we will bring together the biggest industry names and leaders for an exceptional three days. Some of the speaking sessions you cannot afford to miss include:
- The Outlook for Manufacturing in an Uncertain World – Rhys Herbert, Senior Economist, Lloyds Bank (7th June 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM)
In this fascinating talk, Rhys will look at recent economic developments including the impact of the Ukrainian crisis and the effects of higher inflation and interest rate increases. He will talk about what it means for manufacturing and where next for the sector.
- The Macro Panel: Assessing Your Bouncebackability (7th June 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM)
Ian Gardner, Industry 4.0 Solutions Architect, IBM
Ryan Freeman, Director, Digital Samurai Ltd
Mark Wood, Managing Director, Alliance Procurement Solutions Ltd
William Taaffe, Chief Operating Officer, Lockdown Cyber Security
As the sector moves forward, there is the opportunity to not only deal with immediate issues but to reshape chains for the future. This session will identify key geopolitical stress points and the trends beginning to emerge.
- Industrial Applications of Big Science – Professor Ric Allott, Director of Business Development, STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council) (8th June 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM)
STFC develop, build and operate the UK’s large scale science facilities. Ric will provide an introduction to STFC, highlighting their expertise and capabilities across the breadth of their science and technology and the benefits of working with them. He will also bring to light a number of case studies illustrating the industrial use of the STFC’s neutron, x-ray, laser and high performance computing facilities.
- The Supply Chain in 2030 and What We Can Expect – Andrew Hipgrave, International Logistics Manager, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (9th June 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM)
As we move from one global disruptor to another, Andrew will be looking at how we need to be aware of changing legal frameworks and strategies that we can employ to make our businesses more resilient.
This provides you with just a snapshot of the high calibre agenda that you can access for free. It has been curated to be both educational and to be a catapult for networking and further discussion.
Sign up for a free ticket here, or forward this email to your colleagues if it might be of interest. Registration is quick and easy and with the current economic climate, there has never been a more crucial time to stay up to date with the most important updates and challenges in the manufacturing and engineering industry.