Made in Groups Expo to Return to Both the Yorkshire and Midlands Region in 2020

Made in Groups Expo to Return to Both the Yorkshire and Midlands Region in 2020

The Made in Group has announced that their yearly exhibitions will be returning to both the Yorkshire region at Centenary Pavilion on the 21st of May 2020 and the Midlands region, on Wednesday 1st of July, 2020, at the Ricoh Area.

Building on a decade worth of experience, these two exhibitions will showcase the biggest collection of manufacturers in the country, with 250 Midlands and 100 Yorkshire based Manufacturers showcasing their latest developments, products and services. 

In addition to the manufacturers showcasing at each event, you’ll also be able to join in with the seminars that’ll take place throughout the day. These will be keynoted by industry leaders on topics such as the Skills Gap, Industry 4.0, International Trade, and Manufacturing. 

Talking to members who took place in the event last year, and will be featuring again in the upcoming 2020 expo’s, Yorkshire manufacturer SIGMAT, and their Procurement Controller, Russell Hunter, said, 

“Not being a natural when coming to networking, I found the event relaxed and very friendly. I met and chatted to some good people and some good companies and possibly some new suppliers!” 

Meanwhile, Daniel Burton, the Operations Director of RSD Pressing, who featured at the 2019 Midlands Exhibition said, 

“The exhibitions provide an ideal platform for this to take place given the exposure they bring, and we have been lucky enough to attract two new substantial customers to our business from the exhibitions alone.”

The launch of these two landmark events in the Made in Group calendar also comes as the group announces sponsorship opportunities at both events. With over 2,500 attendees at the Midlands and over 1,000 at the Yorkshire expos, and with the figures growing year-on-year, 2020 promises to be the biggest year yet.

If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities, the Made in Group has two region-related emails to contact them on. For the Midlands, it’s events@madeinthemidlands.com while for the Yorkshire region, it’s events@madeinyorkshire.com.

Meanwhile, Visitor registration is now open via the weblink below for both the Yorkshire and the Midlands region: Made in the Midlands Expo: http://tiny.cc/jphhhz and Made in Yorkshire Expo: http://tiny.cc/3qhhhz

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