Oxfordshire Future Manufacturing Roadshow

The first ever Oxfordshire Future Manufacturing Roadshow is taking place on 26th November at the Satellite Applications Catapult Building at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus.

The event will introduce you to technologies developed by the Manufacturing Technology Centre, the Satellite Applications Catapult and their partners. The day will address some of the key manufacturing challenges facing a number of Oxfordshire’s Clusters including the Space, Energy and Health Tech sectors.

The roadshow provides an opportunity to get involved, network, be inspired and talk to manufacturing and supply chain experts.  You don’t need to be a current manufacturer, but if you are interested in how your product will be made at scale for your market then this roadshow is for you.

The event is free to attend and will include refreshments those attending in person.

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