Global Manufacturing Festival- SOLD OUT

13th February 2013

WHAT IS THE GMF? The Global Manufacturing Festival (GMF) is designed to connect SME's in the UK's materials based engineering supply chains with major international customers.

  Held at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Click Here for more details Please note that car parking is NOT available at the AMRC for the Festival. Parking will be available at the Arena, Broughton Ln  Sheffield, SouthYorkshire, S9 2DF and a shuttle bus will take delegates to the venue. Timings for the bus will be sent to you closer to the event date. In an ideal world, these SME's would be less reliant on such arrangements and would have more knowledge of the structure of these complex supply chains. This would allow them to better identify who their customer is and what future requirements they have. The GMF is specifically designed to help such companies understand the supply chains for a broad range of high growth market sectors, how they might access them, and where to focus investments to gain future business The GMF provides the perfect environment to achieve this. Please note this event has now SOLD OUT. For more information go to: http://www.globalmanufacturingfestival.com/  

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