Join us for an evening of networking and entertainment whilst celebrating the achievements of the UK composites industry.
Keynote speech to be given by Iain Bomphray, Williams Advanced Engineering
Who should attend?
If you will be visiting or exhibiting at the co-inciding Advanced Engineering Show why not spend your evening with us? Attendees at the dinner range from the smallest consultancies to the largest OEMs, there's options to take full tables and bring your employees/customers or have single seats and network with new faces.
The 2017 shortlisted entries are (listed alphabetically):
Apprentice of the Year - Sponsored by Dark Matter Composites
Sigmatex (Thomas Rockwood)
Teledyne CML (Michael Dodd)
Employer of the Year - Sponsored by Colorplas
MHI Vestas Offshore
National Composites Centre
Employee of the Year - Sponsored by NetComposites
MPM Ltd (Nick Robinson)
Safran (Stephen Dyer)
Innovation in Composites Design - Sponsored by Advanced Engineering Show
Optima Projects were highly commended in this category
Innovation in Manufacture - Sponsored by Axillium
MHI Vestas Offshore
Innovation in Materials - Sponsored by National Composites Centre
Health and Safety Award - Sponsored by Towergate Insurance
Environmental/Sustainability Award - Sponsored by Briar Associates
Winners of the shortlisted categories will be announced on the night.
Should you be interested in increasing your company visibility through this event we have various sponsorship opportunities available for all budgets. Please click here for the sponsorship brochure or contact Claire Whysall, Communications Manager with any questions.
Gold Sponsor: National Composites Centre
Silver Sponsors: Colorplas Ltd
Bronze Sponsors: Axillium Research | Briar Associates | Composites Engineering Show | NetComposites Ltd | Towergate Insurance
Award Providers: Dark Matter Composites
Our Chosen Charity
This year the fundraising activities taking place at the awards dinner will benefit the MS Society.
Over 100,000 of us in the UK have multiple sclerosis (MS). It’s unpredictable, and different for everyone. It’s often painful and exhausting, and can cause problems with how we walk, move, see, think and feel. It can make it hard for us to work, and do the things we enjoy. But it doesn’t have to be this way. The MS Society are a community of people living with MS, scientists, campaigners, volunteers and fundraisers. They understand what life’s like with MS, and support each other through the highs, lows and everything in between, as well as driving research into more – and better – treatments, for everyone.
For more details visit www.mssociety.org.uk (Registered Charity no 1139257 / SCO41990).
Booking for the 2017 awards dinner is now closed. Please contact us with any questions.