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UK Innovation Showcase at JEC 2012

22 November 2011

As the UK is the country of honour at JEC 2012, Composites UK, UKTI and the National Composites Centre are inviting UK companies to enter the prestigious JEC awards programme.

Now in its 12th year, the awards have involved over 1000 companies world-wide.  The selection criteria for the Innovation Awards are technical excellence, exemplarity of the chain of partners, market potential, and originality. You can submit your application to compete, free of charge, in one of the following categories: aeronautics, automotive & vehicles, construction & equipment, energy & industry, environment, process, sports & leisure, software, wind energy and more. The Submissiondeadline is the30th  November 2011.

Entry into the Innovation Showcase is free of charge and the publicity will attract visitors to your booth and give you a competitive edge to stand out head above shoulders over your competitors.

UK SME’s exhibiting at the show may be eligible for a UKTI grant of £1000 to help towards cost of the exhibition. Composites UK is the accredited trade association (ATO) for the UKTI's Tradeshow Access Programme and are delighted to announce that 17 TAP grants of these £1000 grants are available to eligible UK exhibitors for the show. For more information contact the Composites UKoffice.





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