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Pin 2020 #1 | Registration

Polymer Innovation Network (PIN) Event

6:30pm - 8:30pm, Thu, 13 Feb '20
Location: IIPSI Seminar room 1&2

The Polymer Innovation Network (PIN) event –

Theme: The Next Generation

Date: Thursday 13th February 2020

Agenda: more information, and the agenda to be released in the new year

Location: IIPSI, University of Warwick, Seminar Room 1&2

An event for anyone involved in the polymer industry to come together to discuss the next generation of plastic industry advancements. Each event has a different theme, and all of our PIN events this year will aim to have diverse speaker panel to acknowledge a variety of unique and inspiring contributions to the industry.

For those unfamiliar with the Polymer Innovation Network (PIN), it was set up by WMG to get companies in the plastic industry networking together. We have around 500 active members and in the past have covered themes such as the future of plastics, superhero plastics, and plastic innovation.

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