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SMMT Open Forum at Automechanika Birmingham, 6 June 2017, NEC Birmingham

15 May 2017

SMMT Open Forum

Automechanika Birmingham, 6 June 2017, NEC Birmingham

SMMT’s biannual Open Forum event will be brought to Automechanika Birmingham again this year.

Open Forum at the show will be a series of morning seminars, located in Concourse Suites 1 & 2, focused on the automotive supply chain. Content includes a range of expert presentations on key current and upcoming issues, as well as opportunities within the field and a series of networking breakout sessions.

This is a must attend for those looking to network with senior decision makers and key influencers within the UK automotive supply chain. Over 300 senior and high quality supply chain delegates from OEMs, tier 1, medium and small suppliers are expected to attend.

Agenda / Timings
08.30 Registration and networking

09:30 Event start

12.30 Lunch and networking & Automechanika Birmingham show

Confirmed speakers include:

Alan Draper, Director, Purchasing Ford of Europe and Global Team Value Management, Ford - Ford and the UK Supply Chain

Judith Richardson, Vice President of Purchasing, Nissan Europe - Nissan’s commitment to the UK a vision for the future

Michael Flanagan, Vice President, Adient - Future Automotive Technology and Market Trends – The View and Response of Adient

Chris Turner, Director of Advanced Technology Marketing, ARM - As cars becomes computers on wheels where will they take us?

We expect to announce more speakers over the course of the next few weeks. REGISTER HERE

SMMT Members attend for FREE . Quote your membership number to claim your free VIP pass

Non-members pay £100 + VAT per ticket.

Automechanika Birmingham, Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC Birmingham, B40 1NT

To find the most up-to-date informationon the SMMT website, go to: https://www.smmt.co.uk/events/open-forum/

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