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Wednesday

21 Aug 2024

Peer Works

Manufacturing Momentum: Driving Innovation for Scotland’s Future

12:30pm
Paisley
National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland (NMIS)

Open to All

Join us for an in-person, peer-to-peer learning event where you can share experiences and discuss best practice for driving innovation

In this interactive half-day session you’ll hear about workplace innovation, essential skills and emerging technologies that can propel Scotland’s manufacturing sector forward.

We will be joined by expert panels and case study speakers who will share their insights, research and experience. Speakers confirmed include:

  • Ian Towns, Manufacturing Engineer at Balmoral Comtec Limited
  • Prof Colin Lindsay, Work, Employment and Organisation, University of Strathclyde
  • Stewart McKinlay, Skills Director, Manufacturing Skills Academy

The event will start with a networking lunch and will end with a tour of the NMIS factory.

This event is delivered by Peer Works and Prosper in partnership with the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) and is aimed at businesses and organisations operating in the manufacturing sector.

 

 

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) is driving the future of manufacturing through innovation. They are accelerating productivity to grow our economy, develop a vibrant workforce, and create happier, healthier, greener communities.

From growing network of world-class manufacturing R&D facilities, they work with businesses of all sizes and sectors across Scotland, the UK, and beyond to find technology solutions to help them succeed.