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13/02/2017
Drive Midlands presents: The Future's Bright, The Futures Electric

The popularity of electric cars has shot up over the last few years. Electric vehicles are well on the way to market acceptance.

Most manufacturers have electric vehicle programmes – and it’s not just passenger cars but also commercial vehicles and motorcycles.

We are currently on the threshold of a market revolution which will bring opportunities for the supply chain in powertrain, control systems and architecture.

To help prepare for the opportunity, Drive Midlands is staging a series of event for electric vehicle supply chain companies.

The first sets the scene with a Foundation Day on Thursday March 16th 2017 at Warwick Manufacturing Group.

Day 1 – Foundation Day

The benefits of attending are:

  • Increased knowledge of the OEMs’ direction of travel
  • Increased knowledge of technology drivers
  • Awareness of available support for the supply chain

            - Financial

            - Technical

            - Practical

  •  Participation in discussion on supply chain collaboration

Don't miss this opportunity to see presentations by leaders from industry and academia, funding bodies and The Advanced Propulsion Centre.

We expect demand to be high so register for your FREE ticket today by clicking here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-futures-bright-the-futures-electric-tickets-31992380070

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