11 September 2012
11 September 2012
Composites UK, the official trade association for the UK composites industry, are pleased to welcome epm:technology as one of the sponsors of the Industry Innovation Awards Dinner taking place on 7th November 2012, at the Crowne Plaza on the Birmingham NEC complex, UK, to coincide with the Composites Engineering Show.
According to Composites UK, this dinner is the first in a series and is set to become the premier industry awards dinner in the UK composites calendar with all 130 seats reserved just one month after its formal announcement.
The association are pleased to be welcoming the continued support of epm:technology who will be sponsoring the drinks reception at the event. Sue Halliwell, Association Secretary said “EPM:technology is a dynamic and forward thinking company so it is very apt that they are supporting the innovation awards dinner. As an active member of Composites UK, they work closely with us to promote the composites industry and showcase the advances made here in the UK. We are delighted they are sponsoring the drinks reception at the event.”
There are still opportunities to take part in this event through sponsorship with the following options available:
Composites UK explains that the awards sponsorship includes one free place at the dinner, an opportunity to present the award and publicity through event press releases and the Composites UK website. The dinner sponsorship includes one free place, company banners in the dinner room, as well as the same publicity options mentioned above.
For more information contact Claire Whysall, Event and Membership Coordinator on email@example.com, tel: +44 (0)1246 266245.
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