Wednesday 2nd November 2022, National Motorcycle Museum
The event will again coincide with the Advanced Engineering Show over at the neighbouring Birmingham NEC. The event is black-tie or appropriate attire (no jeans, t-shirts or trainers)
- 6:45pm Drinks reception (optional)
- 7:45pm Seated for dinner
- 8:00pm Dinner and award presentations
- 11.00pm Dinner concludes
- Bar open until 12.45am. Vacate by 1am
Registration for the awards dinner is now open.
Thank you to everyone who entered the 2022 Industry Awards. Here is the shortlist for this year (announced in alphabetical order):
- Innovation in Composite Design: Ford Motor Company & iCOMAT
- Innovation in Composite Manufacture: Composite Integration, Taziker & Zund UK
- Innovation in Composite Materials: Cygnet Texkimp/B&M Longworth/NCC & Lineat
- Sustainability Award | Circularity: Lineat & Prodrive Composites
- Sustainability Award | Net Zero Initiative: Composite Braiding & Jo Bird & Co
- Social Impact Award: Fluency & Leybold UK Ltd
- Employer of the Year: Cristex Composite Materials & Prodrive Composites
- Apprentice of the Year: Britoni Farrer-Williams, McLaren F1 | Jasmine Moore, Fluency
- Outstanding Contribution to the Composites Industry: Prof. Michael Wisnom, University of Bristol.
- Special Recognition within this category: Robert Burnell, PRF Composite Materials
The winners will be announced on the night so make sure to book your table and be the first to know the results as they unfold!
After Dinner Speaker: The Bristol Gulls
We are excited to be joined by Lorna Carter from The Bristol Gulls as our after dinner speaker for the evening.
Lorna is an ocean rower and composite manufacturing engineer. On 27 January 2021, Lorna completed an unsupported 3000 mile rowing race across the Atlantic Ocean after 46 days, 7 hours and 50 minutes at sea! Rowing in a team of four women called The Bristol Gulls, their crossing was part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean.
In their ambitious bid to trailblaze sustainability; The Bristol Gulls became the first crew in the race’s history to complete the row in an Eco Boat. The boat was manufactured from more sustainable materials and processes in order to lower its impact on the environment; it contains around 10,000 recycled plastic bottles in its foam core alone!
The ocean crossing tested the crew in many aspects of endurance, but the four women stepped off the other side as one resilient team. Lorna shares her experience on this adventure: the highs, the challenges and the importance of team working on and off the water.
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