NDI brings together ‘Who’s Who’ from defence, aerospace and security industries at annual conference

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Defence Procurement Minister amongst major speakers

NDI, the organisation representing Britain’s Defence, Security, Aerospace and Space industries, and a fully integrated division of EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation,  is bringing together a ‘who’s who’ of speakers at its two day National Conference and Dinner in November.

The conference will examine the risks and opportunities within the defence, security, aerospace and space sectors over the next two years. Topics to be covered will include Brexit negotiations, future developments in North American markets and the seemingly growing risk from cyber-attack which will all shape business conditions over the short to medium term.

The event will also give delegates the opportunity to hear from Harriet Baldwin, the Minister of State for Defence Procurement, as well as senior figures within the industry sectors and thought leaders from both public and private sectors.

There will also be the opportunity for networking with peers and ‘meet the buyer’ sessions through facilitated one on one meetings. There will also be key breakout panels led by the MoD, Thales and Airbus.

Speakers will include:

Harriet Baldwin MP – Minister of State for Defence Procurement

Richard Daniel – CEO, Raytheon

Brian Johnson – Business Development Director, BAE Systems Maritime

Professor Trevor Taylor – Professorial Research Fellow, RUSI

Mark Camillo – Head of Cyber, AIG

The conference will be held over two days on 22/23 November at Alderley Park in Cheshire.

For details of how to book visit www.ndi.org.uk

NDI is a division of EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation. It represents, and provides services for, over 200 companies in the UK defence, space, aerospace and security sectors. Its aim is to raise the profile of member businesses and ensure they receive fair access to contracts in the defence, aerospace and emerging space and security sectors.

It encourages members to communicate and collaborate, proactively identifying complementary services and opportunities to joint venture, building relationships throughout the UK and beyond to deliver a comprehensive, disciplined and capable supply network.

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