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Newsletter Listing intro for week 43

Good morning and welcome to this week’s Friday Brief, your industry news roundup brought to you straight from MTA towers.

This past week saw the MACH 2016 Exhibitor Marketing day take place at the NEC in Birmingham. Read the report below.

We are pleased to announce that the MTA Annual dinner will be held on the 28th January 2016 at the brand new Vox based at Resort World at the Birmingham, NEC. For full details on the dinner please see the story below and don’t forget to contact events@mta.org.uk  for more details and to book your place.

It is only three weeks now until TRAM (Trends in Advanced Machining, Manufacturing and Materials) conference takes place at on the 10th and 11th November 2015 at Magna in Rotherham. Book your place now for the fantastic event and contact the MTA events team to receive your promotional discount code.

Lloyds Commercial Banking are running a Free Fraud Webinar on 27th October at 9:30am. The webinar will include guest speakers from Get Safe Online and City of London Police and lasts approximately 1 hour with ability to ask live questions afterwards. Details on how to participate below.

We also have a full round up of the figures from EMO Milan as well as this week’s economic news.

Happy reading and have a great weekend from everyone at the MTA, we’ll be back next Friday with another update.Only enter text, no images or links

Three Weeks to go before - TRAM UK 2015

Three Weeks to go before - TRAM UK 2015

The MTA is proud to be sponsoring TRAM (Trends in Advanced Machining, Manufacturing and Materials). TRAM is the international aerospace conference and exhibition focused on transferring advanced manufacturing technologies to the business leaders, managers and engineers who lead or play a key role in a facility that serves the aerospace sector. The event will take place 10-11 November 2015 at Magna in Rotherham.

It is returning to the UK for the first time since 2009 with an expected audience of 400 attendees representing 15 countries.

Lloyds Commercial Banking - Free Fraud Webinar

Lloyds Commercial Banking - Free Fraud Webinar

Lloyds Commercial Banking are running a Free Fraud Webinar on 27th October at 9:30am. The webinar will include guest speakers from Get Safe On Line and City of London Police and lasts approximately 1 hour with ability to ask live questions afterwards. The topics covered include:

·         Vishing – Telephone scam

·         Phishing – email scam

·         Malware- malicious software

·         Invoice Fraud

ECONOMIC DATA THIS WEEK

ECONOMIC DATA THIS WEEK

International Data Exchanges:  During the recent EMO exhibition there was an international exchange of data which as well as covering some key macro-economic indicators such as GDP and industrial production also provided figures for machine tool output, exports and imports (and therefore consumption) for 23 countries.  If you would like a copy of this file, please contact Geoff Noon at MTA (e-mail;  gnoon@mta.org.uk).

RECORD-BREAKING FIGURES FOR EMO MILANO 2015: 155,362 VISITS FROM 120 COUNTRIES.

RECORD-BREAKING FIGURES FOR EMO MILANO 2015: 155,362 VISITS FROM 120 COUNTRIES.

EMO MILANO 2015, the world exhibition dedicated to the industry manufacturing machine tools, robots and automation systems, held at fieramilano from 5 to 10 October, turned out to be a record-breaking edition.

Promoted by CECIMO, European Association of Machine Tool Industries and organized by the operational structures of UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, EMO MILANO 2015 registered 155,362 visits over the six exhibition days, from visitors representing 120 countries.

MACH 2016 Exhibitor Marketing

MACH 2016 Exhibitor Marketing

The MACH 2016 Exhibitor Marketing day took place this past Wednesday (21st October) at the NEC in Birmingham and was a huge success. The event bought together 120 exhibitors from across the UK to hear a range of speakers, with the aim to enhance the visibility and marketing capabilities of exhibitors at the show.