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Advanced Engineering Event 2023

We’re thrilled to announce that Ross Thurlow, our Head of Business Development, will be attending the Advanced Engineering 2023 event at NEC, Birmingham.  

Scheduled for the 1st and 2nd of November at NEC, Birmingham, this event is the UK’s most significant annual gathering of engineering and manufacturing professionals. 

Why Advanced Engineering is Crucial for Kewell Converters? 

Networking Opportunities

Advanced Engineering promises to be a hub for sourcing new suppliers, building connections, and learning about the latest industry developments. With over 9,000 peers attending, it’s an unparalleled opportunity for Kewell Converters to expand our network and foster new partnerships.

Learning from the Best

The event will feature industry-leading keynote speakers, including Richard Noble OBE, Eman Matin-Vignerte from Bosch, Stephen Phipson CBE from Make UK, and Mike Gascoyne from MGI Engineering. These sessions will provide us with a deeper understanding of the current industry landscape and where it’s

Discover Cutting-Edge Solutions

With over 400 exhibitors offering solutions across all industries and sectors, we can explore products and services that can enhance our productivity and inspire creativity.

How Advanced Engineering Event Benefits Manufacturing Professionals? 

Attending Advanced Engineering is not just about being present; it’s about being involved in shaping the future of the engineering and manufacturing sectors. By being a part of this event, manufacturing professionals can: 

– Stay ahead of industry trends and innovations. 

– Engage with potential clients and suppliers. 

– Learn from the experiences and insights of industry leaders. 

– Strengthen our brand presence in the engineering community. 

  In conclusion, Advanced Engineering 2023 is more than just an event; it’s a platform for growth, innovation, and collaboration. Kewell Converters is excited to visit and look forward to seeing what the future holds for the engineering and manufacturing sectors. 

Reach out to Ross via Linkedin, phone or email, set up a casual coffee or beer meet-up, schedule a sit-down at the cafe, or invite him for a visit to discuss further. 

For more details about the event, visit their official website.