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When: 1 October 2019
15:00-16:30
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Jaguar Land Rover Classic
Imperial Road
Prologis Park
Coventry, West Midlands  CV8 3LF
United Kingdom
Contact: Maddison Sreeves
02476 692 600

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Motorsport Open Industry Forum 

1 October 2019
Location: Jaguar Land Rover Classic, Coventry  |   Time: 15:00-16:30
This event is now fully booked please contact maddison.sreeves@the-mia.com to be added to the reserve list

Your opportunity to discuss, debate, question, participate and share opinions with well-informed industry friends and find ways to work together to secure business growth.

Chris Aylett, MIA CEO, will welcome MIA members and non-members to this BUSINESS FORUM and encourage everyone, from small and large companies, to exchange their valuable opinions and knowledge with colleagues. It’s the perfect chance to test your ideas, amend your plans, share knowledge and experiences and discuss how you can benefit from future opportunities and overcome challenges.

Just to give you an idea of some of the topics that are usually raised: 

BREXIT - advice and support for SMEs
Which are the fastest growing International markets
Which industry offers the fastest immediate cross-sector growth - automotive, defence, marine or ??
What Government support is available to help growth

…but YOU can raise any business subject of interest or concern as it will be discussed openly with all present.

To register your complimentary place click here


This event is kindly supported by

Blaser Mills Law is a leading Chambers UK and Legal 500 ranked law firm based in Buckinghamshire. 
Collaborating closely with clients, they offer a fresh approach to law as trusted advisors
dedicated to helping them succeed in their objectives.

www.blasermills.co.uk

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