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Investment in Midlands Automotive

Wednesday 27th February 2019 
8:00 am – 10:30 am
Scarman - Warwick Conferences

On a near daily basis, it seems that we are reading about a “catastrophic blow to the British auto industry”, “car industry on ‘red alert’” and the potentially “permanent devastation” of the automotive sector.

Recent figures* reveal that 75% of businesses are not looking at markets outside of the EU; 82% of firms do not have action plans in place in preparation for Brexit; while 67% are concerned about supply chain disruption.

Created to support businesses like yours, Drive Midlands is dedicated to working collaboratively to deal with the risks and opportunities.

Join the Drive Midlands Automotive Partnership, and gain access to:

  • New business opportunities in domestic and overseas markets
  • Ways to address skills gaps and attracting and retaining talent
  • Advice on funding and access to finance
  • Regular networking and knowledge transfer events
  • A unified voice for the Midlands automotive sector

Hear how the Drive Midlands Automotive Partnership can help your business at the Investment in Midlands Automotive event taking place on Wednesday 27th February at Scarman Warwick Conferences.

Special guest speaker; Lawrence Davies MBE, Chief Adviser at Department for International Trade, will bring insight from his years of experience as Director of Purchasing at General Motors. Lawrence now plays a leading role in driving automotive inward investment into the UK.

>>>Book your place by registering here<<<

For further information, please contact Drive Midlands via

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