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Tue, Dec 5, '17
8am - 10am
SCiP Networking Event, 5 December 2017
IIPSI, WMG, University of Warwick

Supply Chain visibility or vulnerability; How to get the balance right.

Join us for our final open networking event of 2017 on the topic of supply chain visibility. Full details and speaker biographies will be available shortly.

For updates and more information visit our Supply Chains in Practice (SCiP) webpage

Wed, Dec 13, '17
2:15pm - 5pm
Advanced Nano-mechanical Techniques for Academic and Industrial Research
IDL Auditorium, WMG, University of Warwick

Runs from Wednesday, December 13 to Thursday, December 14.

Micro Materials are holding their Advanced Nano-mechanical Techniques for Academic and Industrial Research Conference at WMG on the 13th – 14th December 2017.

The meeting will begin with a workshop in the afternoon of Wednesday 13th December, where attendees can see WMG’s new high vacuum nanoindenter, the NanoTest Xtreme. There will be a conference dinner at the University of Warwick on the evening of the 13th December. The main conference event will take place on Thursday 14th December.

For more information and to register, please visit the website here.

Tue, May 8, '18
9am - 10pm
Global Supply Chain Debate 2018
IDL, WMG, University of Warwick (Day1) Panorama Suite, Rootes Building, University of Warwick (Day 2)

We’re putting the UK at the heart of global supply chains as we discuss different post-Brexit scenarios, at our second Global Supply Chain Debate on Tuesday 8 May 2018 in The Slate at the University of Warwick.

Hear expert opinions on supply chains beyond Brexit, including what opportunities global free trade could provide the UK and how negotiating with suppliers could improve competitiveness after leaving the EU.

You’ll also have the opportunity to see supply chains from a whole new perspective as we invite installation artists to present supply chains in novel and innovative new ways live at the conference.

The conference will include keynote presentations from industry leaders and is open to all supply chain practitioners, policy makers and academics to attend.

Follow @WMGSupplyChain for updates or visit the website www.warwick.ac.uk/GSCD2018