DPRTE 2021 to host pre-event webinar with ADS
DPRTE, in association with DCI and Defence Online, is to host a webinar featuring ADS that will examine opportunities in the defence supply chain.
The webinar, DPRTE Talks Defence Supply Chain Opportunities Part 2, will be broadcast ahead of DPRTE 2021, which will be held at Farnborough International Exhibition Centre on 5 October.
Taking place on Tuesday 21 September at 11am, this free to attend pre-event webinar will feature Caroline Donaghy, Defence Director at ADS join host Defence Online Editor, Matt Brown and DCI Senior Business Development Manager, Scott Zonfrillo to discuss the significant opportunities that exist within the defence marketplace.
The webinar follows on the heels of the first in the DPRTE Talks series, which saw Helen Sawford give an overview of how companies can win business both directly and through the MOD supply chain.
The recently published Defence and Security Industrial Strategy highlights the MOD’s commitment to increased spending with SMEs and encouraging better collaboration between the defence sector and industry.
Now more than ever the MOD, industry, government and academia need to work more closely together to drive research, enhance investment and promote innovation.
The MOD SME agenda highlights their aim of 25% of spend sitting with SMEs, whether directly or through the supply chain. Understanding the defence sector supply chain and how SMEs can supply to MOD will enable organisations like yours to access these opportunities.
DPRTE 2021 is a great vehicle to connect with the defence procurement sector and build a more collaborative way of working.
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