The Wilton Centre | Wilton TS10 4RF United Kingdom
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
With over 300 member companies, NEPIC is the gateway to so many business opportunities within the process sector. As a partner of Supply Chain North East, we want to work with you and your business to ensure you are armed with the knowledge, skills and tactics that will allow you to access a pipeline of fresh business opportunities in the process industry sector.
To help you diversify, de-risk and grow we’ve developed a series of masterclasses and workshops with some of the North East’s leading professionals.
This interactive, half d15 updates availableay session will provide you with a comprehensive introduction to the process sector – past, present and future; helping you develop an understanding of the process industry sector with a focus on supply chain needs and opportunities.
Exploring the history of the process sector in the North East can help to develop storytelling and marketing persona toolkits, enabling you to build on the content of the other Masterclasses available. Information about the current landscape and future opportunities will help you identify opportunities and requirements for supply chain entry.
We will help you assess how you can branch out and grow your business in the process sector.
A tour of the Wilton International Site will follow this session.
Supply Chain North East brings together four key partners to work with over 1,100 businesses through to 2023, supporting them to identify opportunities in new and existing markets. An integral part of the North East Strategic Economic Plan, that has a vision to create 100,000 more and better jobs between 2014 and 2024. Supply Chain North East is delivered across the region by RTC North, Generator, North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC).
Supply Chain North East is a multimillion programme aimed at revolutionising the way SMEs diversify their offering and embrace new markets. The programme has received more than £3m of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund, which is part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
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Trade association meetings have, in the past, been used as a forum for the establishment of cartels and they are therefore the subject of scrutiny by the UK Competition and Markets Authority.
For the purposes of remaining compliant with competition law, members should not discuss commercially sensitive strategic information (including but not limited to, details of proposed or actual pricing, information about target or key customers or expansion plans) in or around NEPIC meetings, including at unofficial get-togethers or over coffee/lunch.