DST to join DASA and DSTL on exclusive Defence Review webinar


Defence Contracts International (DCI) and DPRTE 2021 are to host the second part of the webinar series on the Integrated Review and the potential opportunities for businesses operating in the defence marketplace – this time with a focus science, technology and innovation.

Part two in the three part series will feature a panel style presentation that delves into the Review to focus on the technology, science and innovation opportunities it presents to both current and new suppliers to the defence marketplace.

Presented by DCI and DPRTE and guest speakers; Nick Joad, Director of Defence, Science and Technology, Doug Umbers, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Dstl and Andy Caldwell, Interim Head of DASA, this exclusive webinar gives timely and valuable insight into what the changes mean, when they are happening and how they will shape one of the UK’s largest and most diverse marketplaces.

By attending this webinar, you will:

· Gain valuable insight into the role of science, technology and innovation in the Integrated Defence Review

· Find out what DST, Dstl and DASA are doing differently to put the strategies of the Integrated Review into action

· Learn more about access to funding, insight into the latest DASA competitions and the variety of applications for new technology

· Hear directly from Dstl about its role in the Review and its views on emerging trends

· Learn about new opportunities for suppliers across the defence supply chain

· See how DCI and DPRTE can help you identify these opportunities and engage successfully with defence buyers

· Have the opportunity to ask the experts questions about the Integrated Defence Review

Inside Track: New Opportunities from the Integrated Review Part 2: Technology Science and Innovation will take place on 24th June at 2pm.

To register for your place, please click here


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