EEF National Manufacturing Conference 2013
5 March 2013, QEII Conference Centre, London
Hear from an impressive line-up of manufacturing
leaders and politicians at this flagship manufacturing conference, who will engage in a stimulating blend of key note addresses and panel debates.
Rt Hon Ed Balls MP
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
Rt Hon the Lord Heseltine CH
Chief Executive, UK and North West Europe Cluster, Siemens plc
Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Chief Executive, UK Corporate, RBS
Dr Cedric Rodrigues
Managing Director, CMR Consultants
Industry Principle, Discrete & Process Manufacturing, SAP (UK) Ltd
Broadcaster and presenter, Channel 4 News
Chief Executive, EEF, The Manufacturers' Organisation
Chief Operating Officer, Caparo Group
Director of Strategic Business Development, Tata Steel Europe
Vice President, Corporate Planning & Strategic Relationship Management, Toyota Motor Europe
Head of Sustainable Energy Finance, Lombard
UK manufacturing has some of the best people, products, brands and innovation. We
deserve nothing less than the best business environment to chart a new economic
course to growth. But government needs to set the climate and conditions to
allow this to happen.
In 2012, more than 1000 senior leaders attended our National Manufacturing Conference and Dinner to discuss the trends and shape the agenda for UK manufacturing. Live broadcasts from Sky TV, BBC News and national radio captured the conference highlights, while vigorous tweeting from inside the hall meant that the event trended on Twitter.
Join us on 5 March 2013 for EEF's National Manufacturing Conference, which is once again set to be a 'who's who' of manufacturing, politics and
Challenge political decision makers to deliver a business environment which UK manufacturing deserves. Gain industry insights to help your business plan ahead. Share practice by learning from each other at our workshops. Connect with senior business leaders to find new business opportunities.
Manufacturing businesses are ambitious, pushing hard to succeed in a challenging market. Manufacturers adapt, innovate and evolve to generate growth. So government must take bold action to ensure that the UK economy takes advantage of our inherent industrial capabilities.