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Event Partners move four co-locating shows to the NEC

by Olivia Powell

Event organiser Event Partners has announced that it will be bringing four co-locating shows to the NEC from the  7-8 July 2021.

The shows include The Advanced Materials Show, Ceramics UK, Battery Cells & Systems Expo and Vehicle Electrification Expo.

The exhibition and conference will be hosted in partnership with leaders from across the advanced materials, ceramics, advanced battery and electric vehicle industries, and aims to “bring together connected industries for two days of networking, lead generation and education at the NEC”.

The Advanced Materials Show and Ceramics UK will feature panel debates, interactive discussions on focused industry challenges, technical presentations, fireside chats and more.

Meanwhile, Battery Cells & Systems Expo and Vehicle Electrification Expo will feature practitioners from across the battery and EV sectors, who will speak across a programme of panel debates, interactive sessions and round tables.

Alex Oliver, event director at Event Partners and of the four co-locating shows, said: “As 2020 saw all live events postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are very much looking forward to getting back to meeting customers, colleagues and peers face to face in July at the NEC, Birmingham.”

Richard Mann, new business director for the NEC, added: “We are really pleased that Event Partners has chosen the NEC as the new home for these four co-locating shows, and we look forward to building a long-term relationship with them, their exhibitors, and visitors.

“We have endured a challenging period with the effects of the pandemic, however we eagerly anticipate the return of events and to welcoming industry leading shows, such as these, to the NEC again as soon as we can.”

The Advanced Materials Show, Ceramics UK, Battery Cells & Systems Expo and Vehicle Electrification Expo will be taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 7-8 July 2021, and will be free to attend.

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