High Wycombe: Breakfast seminar to be staged for manufacturers

To celebrate the launch of the UK’s largest manufacturing & engineering survey report, MHA MacIntyre Hudson, supported by Lloyds Commercial Bank, Autodesk, UK Export Finance and Cranfield University, are hosting a breakfast seminar to discuss the opportunities for British manufacturing and engineering as we prepare to leave the EU.
Speakers include:

MHA MacIntyre Hudson, Kate Arnott, partner – who will discuss key findings from MHA’s 2017/18 survey – the largest of its kind for SME Manufacturing and engineering firms in the UK.

Cranfield University, professor Rajkumar Roy, director of manufacturing, academic & business support – who will present his insight on the survey results.

Autodesk, Asif Moghal, senior industry manager, Manufacturing Business Strategy & Marketing – who will discuss how embracing digital technologies can place Britain at the centre of the fourth industrial revolution and lead the way in a world where traditional approaches to productivity, process and innovation are no longer good enough.

UK Export Finance, Wedad Kurukgy, export finance manager – who will discuss export opportunities in the current climate.

The event will be an opportunity to network with fellow guests and business owners in the manufacturing and engineering sector.

The seminar is complimentary although places are limited. To register, email highwycombeinfo@mhllp.co.uk

Date: Thursday October 12

Time: 8am registration and breakfast rolls; 8.30-10am presentations; 10-10.30am Q&A.

Venue: Abbey Place, 24-28 Easton Street, High Wycombe.