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MIA  MOTORSPORT INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

Motorsport Industry Open Forum

28 September 2016

Location: IET, Savoy Place Building, London

MOTORSPORT INDUSTRY OPEN FORUM  

at the IET, Savoy Place, London

28 September 2016
15:00 - 17:00

Free-to-attend
Discuss, participate, question and listen
to help shape your future business 

Recent events, including our exit from the EU, significantly impact the UK motorsport supply chain in the short and long term. This Forum will give you the knowledge to make your plans for the future.

Our unique business community needs to work together to secure mutual business success during this period of substantial change.

This Open Forum gives everyone, from small or large companies, the chance to test their ideas, share their knowledge and experience, and debate the future challenges with knowledgeable colleagues.  

Successful motorsport business leaders will add their own experienced insights and advice as to how best to overcome the challenges in true motorsport style.

Chris Aylett, MIA CEO, will lead the Forum where some of the topics raised by attendees could involve:

  • Brexit - future opportunities for the UK industry
  • International growth
  • Cross-sector growth
  • Strengthening the skill-base
  • Potential Government support for growth

Register to confirm your place at the Open Industry Forum

MOTORSPORT INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION AGM

The MIA Members’ Only Annual General Meeting will take place prior to the Industry Forum - 2.30pm - 3.00pm

For more information on the AGM and to register your place - click here

HENRY ROYCE LECTURE PRESENTED BY CHRIS AYLETT  

The Business of Winning - A Story of Success
How ‘Horizontal Innovation’ will keep UK motorsport at the forefront of the global race

With 300 attendees expected, this will be of value to all with an interest in innovation, engineering and motorsport.

Also free-to-attend, the lecture from Chris will take place from 6.30pm and will conclude with a networking drinks reception from 8.00pm-9.00pm.

For more information on the Lecture and to register your place - click here