Launch of the Engineering Innovation Network - South West
- Wednesday, July 04, 2012
- SN15 2NY
'Supporting innovation delivering the competitive edge'
The Engineering Innovation Network-South West (EIN-SW) is a major new project being led by Wiltshire College.
Delivered with our partners Swindon College and The University of Bath, the project has been enabled by a £375,000 grant from the European Regional Development Fund through the South West Competitiveness Programme 2007-13.
EIN-SW has one simple aim, to help develop the small to medium engineering sector in the South West.
What's in it for YOU?
Members of EIN are invited to exhibit for FREE
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This first launch event will provide an important showcase for the South West Engineering Industry
Businesses with ground breaking technology are already signed up as members and will be exhibiting on the day covering electric cars, photovoltaic cells, osmotic power generation, non-destructive testing, 3D engineering drawing etc. as well as industry professionals and advisers.
The European Regional Development Fund South West Competitiveness and Employment Programme 2007-2013 is managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government. The programme of investment from the European Union is helping to increase the prosperity of the region by supporting enterprise and individuals to develop ideas and plans that contribute to increased productivity and competitiveness. The total amount of investment across the seven-year programme is £108,751,309. For more information visit http://tinyurl.com/ctg4n5l
To register as an exhibitor or guest please call the EIN-SW office on 01249 466709 or email firstname.lastname@example.org