Forward Swindon will be promoting Swindon as a prime location for engineering based businesses and expertise, at the Advanced Engineering Show, NEC Birmingham, on Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 November, (Stand G12).
The Swindon UK campaign is exhibiting at this major trade show, including over 600 exhibitors from key engineering fields.
Swindon is a strong relocation option for engineering, manufacturing and other technology businesses looking to move or expand, especially because of the existing expertise, and the reasonable costs to get established here.
Phil Young, Director of Investment at Forward Swindon says: “We’re showcasing the town and pointing out that we have a highly successful engineering industry in Swindon – and one of the most productive and skilled workforces in the Country.
"We are inviting companies from Swindon to come and we are delighted that, for example, Cleeve Technology will be joining us on the stand.”
He continues, “After 18 months of running the investment service at Forward Swindon, I know that people who are looking to move their business have lots of choice. But some of the larger, less competitive centres may not be able to offer such a bespoke personal service as we can, and this is where we feel we have the edge.”
The Swindon UK stand (G12, Hall 5 NEC) is located in the low carbon vehicles area of the show. Swindon is a leader in hydrogen fuel technologies, with the Country’s first open-access hydrogen re-fuelling station and a local authority economic strategy which endorses the development of hydrogen applications throughout the Borough, both in commercial and domestic use.
More information about the Hydrogen Roadmap can be found at: http://www.swindon.uk.com/set-up-in-swindon/hydrogen-technology .
The striking stand design for the www.swindonuk.com campaign was created by local design agency Jazzbones, who have produced a range of campaign materials for Forward Swindon.
Julia Falcon, Head of Communications & Marketing at Forward Swindon says “Representatives from Swindon companies who are advocates for Swindon will be most welcome.”
Registration is free, at http://ukautoengineering.com/