In late June, AgustaWestland will not only host the West of England Aerospace Forum, but they will also present their vision for the future on various topics. Three AW speakers are scheduled to present, and their topics are as follows
Ray Edwards (Managing Director, AgustaWestland UK) - "Competiveness and Diversification - Defining the future of AgustaWestland UK"
James Godman (Head of AgustaWestland UK Research and Development) - "Enabling Future Technologies- Supporting the future AW UK strategy"
Colin Turner (Procurement Marketing Manager) - "Critical Supply Chains"
The forum is open to anyone, although WEAF members get in for a significantly better price. That said, I am sure there are a number of industry people willing to pay just £90 for a morning and a networking lunch.
Jeremy Parkin - HeliHub.com
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