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Engineering the recovery

Lecture

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The contribution and importance of engineering and engineers to today's economies.

Date and Time

20 February 2013 - 18:00-20:30

Location

Birmingham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Birmingham local network.


About this event

The repositioning of the world’s economies has led to a sharpening of focus towards value creation and innovation. Yet it has taken five years to achieve a point where the seeds of recovery are beginning to germinate and the question is; could this have been achieved sooner had the reliance on service provision and finance not been the driving force behind perceived economic value. Taken to a natural conclusion, do economies still require the ability to produce tangible items of consumption and where do Engineering and Engineers stand on this road to recovery?

Programme

6pm : Refreshments and networking.
6:30pm : Start.

Additional information

Speakers:
Nigel Fine - CEO of The IET.
Dr Paul Lewis - Director of Full time MBA, Birmingham University.



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