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Book now for the Midlands Aerospace Alliance Annual Conference

15 Feb 2018

The 2018 Midlands Aerospace Alliance conference is only three weeks away! Due to take place on the 8th March, hosted by Rolls-Royce at their superb Learning and Development conference facility in Derby. The Midlands Aerospace Alliance do hope to see you at this years conference. Click here to book your place. Discounted rates for MIA members!

The Midlands Aerospace Alliance are privileged to have as a keynote speaker Simon Kirby, Chief Operating Officer, Rolls-Royce.

Our other high-profile presenters include:

• Andy Moran, Head of Supplier Development UK, Airbus

• Robin Hill, Head of Electronics, Rolls-Royce

• Lee Hopley, Chief Economist, EEF

• Jeegar Kakkad, Chief Economist and Director of Policy, ADS

• Robert Thomson, Managing Partner, United Kingdom, Roland Berger

• David Wimpenny, Chief Technologist for Component Manufacturing, The Manufacturing Technology Centre.

Andy Moran, Jeegar Kakkad and Robert Thomson are back by popular demand with their current new ideas, having been widely praised for their contributions to previous MAA conferences.

Speakers have been charged with helping you think about, and giving you practical advice, on important matters like:

•how big aerospace companies like Airbus and Rolls-Royce are managing their growth and what this means for smaller manufacturers and the supply chain;

•what the world's aerospace industry leaders are privately thinking and what their plans mean for your company;

•how UK manufacturing is coping with current economic uncertainties, where aerospace fits in, and what you should do next;

•the best ways aerospace suppliers can plan for Brexit;

•how future technological change will affect today's aerospace manufacturers - what does "more-electric aircraft propulsion" mean for the gas turbine industry? - what does "additive manufacturing" mean for machinists, fabricators and special process firms?

Of course the MAA conference is also a great networking opportunity and this year we are taking further steps to make sure that will be as productive as possible for you.

For further information, please click here.

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