Pitch your materials innovation at the Materials Research Exchange and Investor Showcase 2018
Conference and exhibition on March 12/13 2018, Islington, London
Confirm your exhibition space before January 30th, 2018
The Materials Research Exchange & Investor Showcase 2018¬†(MRE2018) Pitch Event is now open for applications from MRE2018 exhibitors. Have you confirmed your exhibitor stand yet? Please book early to avoid disappointment.
The UK is an acknowledged global hub of excellence in materials research and know-how. The importance of advanced materials as one of the¬†technologies¬†for future growth will propel¬†the UK economy to future success. This leading 2 day¬†conference¬†and¬†exhibition will demonstrate the groundbreaking new materials and processes to industry to accelerate the process of taking these through to commercialisation.
The 2018 Materials Research Exchange & Investor Showcase, organised by the¬†Knowledge Transfer Network¬†and¬†Innovate UK¬†and supported by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council¬†EPSRC¬†and Defence Science and Technology Laboratory¬†Dstl, is a unique two day exhibition and conference to showcase the richness of UK materials innovation, providing an excellent platform to help develop commercial success of UK-generated materials research and innovation.
Investment is crucial to the development of new materials innovation, so as part of this showcase event MRE2018 is providing an opportunity for UK universities, research groups working on Advanced Materials as well as industry research centres and SMEs based in the UK working collaboratively on advanced materials¬†to register to exhibit and pitch.
Here’s¬†FIVE reasons to attend the UK‚Äôs Advanced Materials Research & Investor Showcase 2018 (there are many many more!):
1. Network with the entire materials landscape, from academics to spin-outs to SMEs and product designers ¬†scale-ups to manufacturers and users – all under one roof!
2. Extensive exhibition from academic and industrial research groups.
3. Develop commercial success from UK-generated materials innovation.
4. Build links within the materials supply chain to strengthen the UK materials offer to OEMs and End Users.
5. Meet investors, inform and be informed about industrial strategy.