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Investment in Midlands Automotive

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Drive Midlands and the Department of International Trade (DIT) are hosting three exclusive Investment in Midlands Automotive events from Tuesday 26th February - Thursday 28th February at three different locations across the Midlands.

The morning events will give you the opportunity to build your connections and network with people within the industry, hear presentations from exclusive keynote speakers and find out more about the changes to Drive Midlands.

The confirmed dates, venues and speakers for these events are:

Tuesday 26th February - Wolverhampton Racecourse
Speaker: David Shepherd

Founder of Drive Midlands, David will launch the NEW Industry 4.0 programme, giving automotive companies access to a series of workshops to develop and deliver a coherent strategy for business improvement in a digital manufacturing environment. David will also give an overview on how the partnership can help sustain your business and how you will benefit.

Wednesday 27th February - Scarman Warwick Conferences
Speaker: Lawrence Davies MBE

Lawrence will bring insight from both the public and private sector. Lawrence has extensive experience of working in the automotive industry after having worked as the Director of Purchasing and Logistics at Vauxhall Motors for more than 6 years. He will touch on how OEM’s and suppliers can find opportunities within the market.

Thursday 28th February- Horiba Mira Nuneaton
Speaker: Martin Wood

Martin is an experienced Managing Director from the Automotive and General Engineering Sectors with a track record of delivering business growth and profitability within diverse organisations, multi site locations and on a national and global stage. Martin brings experience and knowledge of leading small and large organisations, empowering and developing teams to achieve success.

Register to attend today. Book your space early to avoid dissappointment.

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