Discover how MADE Cymru can benefit your business at Business Wales’ virtual roadshow

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Business Wales have moved their 2020 Mid & South West Regional Roadshow online and MADE Cymru will be attending with a virtual exhibition stand. The new format will include a live feed area, breakout sessions, networking forums and a virtual interactive exhibition hall.

The event takes place on 22nd October from 9:30am – 3:00pm.

Delegates will be able view stands at registration and book slots for face to face meetings at the event. The event is planned to showcase a new way of delivering business networking events, especially during the current Covid restrictions, and provide an opportunity to maintain valuable contact and interaction between businesses, individuals and stakeholders.

Speakers include Rhodri Griffiths, Welsh Government Chief Regional Officer, Mid & SW Regional Team and Lee Waters MS, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport.

Graham Howe and Lisa Lucas will be available to chat to businesses about the MADE Cymru suite of projects and how they can boost productivity during these challenging times.

Graham Howe said, “We have an opportunity for manufacturers in Wales to explore new processes and technologies that have the potential to increase efficiency, maximise productivity and future-proof businesses. Collaboration is key to this success. MADE Cymru offers flexible university-accredited courses in Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Management plus an expert-led business support scheme. We are really looking forward to chatting to you about how we can help you embrace the latest knowledge, research and technologies.”

Delegates can register for the event via this link:

https://www.regionalroadshow.wales/

https://cy.regionalroadshow.wales/

You can pre-book a short meeting with either Graham Howe or Lisa Lucas via the same link.

For further information, please fill out the contact form below.

Or email [email protected] call 01792 481199

MADE Cymru is a suite of programmes designed to navigate organisations through Industry 4.0 via collaborative research & development and upskilling. Part/Fully Funded by the European Social Fund/European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government. Delivered by University of Wales Trinity Saint David.