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Scottish Engineering Conference 2018
Thursday 25 October 2018, 08:45am - 03:30pm
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Contact 0131 556 1500 or e-mail: fpringle@mackayhannah.com

Supporting Scotland's Engineering and Manufacturing Industry

The role of Scotland's engineering and manufacturing companies in delivering employment, growth and raised productivity across the country is of critical importance. The conference discusses what Scotland's engineering and manufacturing sector needs to be successful. The programme examines core themes determining the opportunity for the manufacturing engineering sector to thrive and grow in an uncertain national and international marketplace

Session One: The Productivity Opportunity for Engineering and Manufacturing

  • The Productivity Challenge: Where are we weak, where are we strong?
  • Delivering Productivity 4.0
  • Where Are Productivity Gains Hidden and How Do You Capture Them?

Session Two: Minimising Business Risk, Maximising Market Opportunity

  • Markets, Brexit and Exporting: What is needed?
  • Delivering Skills for Engineering
  • Getting to Engineering Excellence: What does effective strategic support look like?

Session Three: Getting Finance, Innovation and Policy Right for Engineering

  • Delivering Finance, Reducing Risk and Encouraging Entrepreneurs
  • Innovation: Securing effective academic and industry collaboration
  • What Does Government Policy Need to Bring to the Table?

To read more about the Conference click here

To register for the Conference click here

For a copy of the latest program, click here

Location Whitespace, Norloch House, Edinburgh

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