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International Innovation, Collaboration and Sustainability in the Automotive Sector

7 June | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

We would like to invite interested companies to attend our upcoming webinar, International Innovation, Collaboration and Sustainability in the Automotive Sector, from 14:00 – 15:00pm on June 7th.

This practical event will look at developments in the Northern automotive sector helping to generate new and exciting international opportunities. Speakers will provide real examples of how companies are diversifying and innovating to meet the challenges of the future.

During the webinar, attendees will be able to:

o Connect with key players in the automotive sector and discover insights into the latest technologies driving future mobility and industry developments.
o Participate in discussions led by industry experts around the international opportunities through innovation, sustainability and collaboration.

There will be facilitated roundtable discussions to consider:

o The implementation of new technologies to achieve a competitive advantage
o Support available to help companies capitalise on new opportunities
o Case studies & export journeys from manufacturing companies

The speakers for this event are:

o Lynne Gillen – Export Manager for Lancashire, Department for International Trade North West
o Latham French – Sector Director Future Mobility, British Consulate General Toronto
o Sally Hepton – Director of Government Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility, Bentley Motors Ltd
o Gustavo Marqueta Siibert – Group Business Development Director, WN Vtech
o Paul Jones – Northern Automotive Alliance
o Christopher Jones, Automotive Specialist, Innovate UK Edge
o Michael Staley, International Trade Adviser and Automotive Lead, Department for International Trade North West

This event is aimed at North West manufacturers and intermediaries.

Details

Date:
7 June
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Website:
https://eu.eventscloud.com/website/8220/

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