Events

Interplas in 2017 ‘Drinks and Links’ networking evening

Interplas in 2017 ‘Drinks and Links’ networking evening

Women in Plastics Event

After our successful launch we’re pleased to announce the next event will take place during Interplas on Wednesday 27th September. 

Join us for an evening of informal networking, with guest speakers, information on mentoring opportunities and recognition of inspirational women working in the industry.

The event, which is open to all genders, will take place between 17:00-19:00 in Hall 4 of Birmingham’s NEC Arena, UK, and is free to attend, regardless of whether delegates are exhibiting or visiting Interplas. Further information on speakers will be unveiled in due course.

 

If you would like to collaborate on future events please get in touch.

Sponsors

 

Recognition

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Training

Training

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Role Models

Role Models

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Diversity

Diversity

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Community

Community

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Future

Future

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Testimonials
  • “Congratulations on all the great work you are doing for the industry and to support women in plastics – very inspiring!”
    Emma Hockley
    Big Bear Plastic Products Ltd.
  • Women in Plastics has been a great resource to reach out to other successful women in the industry and learn about all the opportunities out there for women in this exciting field. I appreciate the opportunity that Women in Plastics has given me to be able to share my story of my career in plastics for the last 28 years.
    Maryann Wilcox
    President of the Society of Plastics Engineers' UK and Sales Manager at Silvergate Plastics
  • The Women's Engineering Society for the Midlands and Women in Plastics share the same goals and philosophies supporting women in a male environment.
    Adrienne Houston PhD
    Cluster Coordinator for the Women's Engineering Society (WES) and Director at Eurovacuum Products Lt

 

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