Amphenol Invotec to Attend Sharing in Growth All STAR Networking Forum


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Amphenol Invotec has been invited to attend the Sharing in Growth All STAR Networking Forum being held on 13th June at the East Midlands Conference Centre.

Sharing in Growth is an ambitious transformation programme which aims to raise the capability of UK aerospace suppliers in order to help them share in the growth of the aerospace and other global markets. The scheme, of which Amphenol Invotec is a beneficiary, provides concentrated training and development programmes tailored to the assessed needs of each supplier and targeted at world class standards of performance. The training and development covers all relevant disciplines, including lean operations, manufacturing processes, purchasing, cost modelling and leadership.

The All STAR (Sharing Together Achieves Results) Networking Forum is an annual celebration of the success of Sharing in Growth’s participants and this year’s event will feature programme participant case studies, industry expert speakers and the second annual Sharing in Growth Awards Dinner. The Sharing in Growth awards will recognize the top case studies presented at the Forum and are based on Sharing in Growth's values of inspire, integrity, and ikigai, a Japanese word denoting the things that make one’s life worthwhile.

Among the speakers and invited guests will be some of the leading names in the aerospace industry, including BAE Systems, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, MBDA, Rolls-Royce, Safran and Thales.

From its two sites in Tamworth and Telford, Amphenol Invotec manufactures multilayer, HDI, sequential lamination, flex and flex-rigid PCBs to the exacting specifications of customers across a wide range of industries, including aerospace & defense.

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