The Scottish Engineering Conference provides a platform for Scotland's engineering and manufacturing sector to set out its agenda for success. The conference will discuss what engineering and manufacturing needs, examine what is required to minimise risk and maximise opportunity in an uncertain national and international marketplace and consider how finance, funding and policy can best support success across the sector. The AFRC will be sponsoring this event.
Citywest Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
Get ahead of your peers, and participate in the National Sustainability Summit for a engaging and thought-provoking event, which will stimulate debate and help you to make the correct decisions to improve sustainability and profitability.
This is the only event of its kind in Scotland, bringing together manufacturing professionals, public sector and stakeholders to debate, learn and network. The jam-packed programme will help you understand the steps your business can take to improve its productivity with world-class keynote speakers who will be thought-provoking, challenging and entertaining. Further details will be provided in due course.
Glasgow Hilton Hotel
The Centre for Engineering Education and Development (CeeD) is working to build a national engineering community in Scotland, bound together by a common aspiration to improve operational efficiency, effectiveness and ultimately profit. These inaugural awards taking place at the Glasgow Hilton Hotel on Thursday 28 February 2019, will recognise & celebrate the achievements of some of the best established businesses in Scotland, along with the rising stars in the industry. Organisations from any sector in Scotland are invited to participate in the sponsorship of our 2019 Awards.
JEC World in Paris is the only trade show that unites the global composite industry: an indication of the industry’s commitment to an international platform where users can find a full spectrum of processes, new materials, and composite solutions. The AFRC will be attending this event.
Back for its fourth year, the Business Insider Made in Scotland awards in partnership with the Advanced Forming Research Centre champions all aspects of transformational discoveries and developments made in Scotland. To nominate a company, please click here.