Local businesses are being invited to attend the Engineering Digital Mash Up event on 27 June 2019.
The purpose of the event is to bring together organisations that design and produce products alongside digital agencies, support programmes and engineering students, to provide the latest digital knowledge to benefit business needs.
The event will be held at Yamazaki Mazak on 27 June between 9:30am to 3pm and is free to attend for manufacturing, engineering and technology companies.
Attendees will be able to learn about a variety of digital tools that can help their business, as well as discover more about data analytics and how to measure and engage with the growing online community.
There will also be keynote talks from industry experts on the Digital Catapult, social media for sales and Autodesk. Worcestershire LEP will also be discussing the new Industrial Strategy for the county and the potential plans to continue growing the local economy.
Digital technology is affecting the engineering sector as much if not more than other business sectors, and Worcestershire is taking a lead with a range of programmes.
Mark Stansfeld, Chair of the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, will outline the ambition of the “Midlands Digital Engine”, the digital component of the Midlands Engine and the region’s industrial strategy.
President of the Manufacturing Technologies Association Marcus Burton will further explain how this new digital strategy intends to make the region of the most digitally advanced in the UK.
The agenda for the event can be accessed here.
The event has been organised by The Manufacturing Technologies Association(MTA) and Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, in association with Digital Readiness Tool and stirlingmedia.
For more information on the event, view the event flyer here or below.
To register your attendance for the event, visit the MTA website here.