The APC will be demonstrating the power of collaboration at the Future Powertrain Conference 2016. We’ll be holding networking session will be held on the 24th February, to prove that collaborative partnerships really can accelerate technology development. Armed with just a box of K’NEX, attendees must work together in teams to construct vehicles and traverse the ‘Valley of Death’. The event will be open to all attendees of the Future Powertrain Conference, who want to learn more about what we do at the APC and how we can help you. If you are attending the event why not come and join the APC networking session at 17:15 promptly and see if you’ve got what it takes to overcome the ‘Valley of Death’.
Ian Constance, APC CEO, is a keynote speaker at the event. Ian will be speaking during the networking dinner on the 24th February, talking about his experiences and views on the automotive industry. This is a unique chance to gain an insight into the thoughts and opinions of our CEO, and learn more about his experiences in automotive.
The APC team will be around throughout the event, at the APC stand or in the seminars. This is the perfect opportunity to come meet the team, ask any questions you may have or to just get to know us. If you would like to arrange to meet a specific member of the team, please contact them by finding their email here.
The Future Powertrain Conference 2016 will be held at the National Motorcycle Museum, on the 24-25th of February. To find out more details and how to register, click here.