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Business Lincolnshire announces return of Lincolnshire Manufacturing Conference

Business Lincolnshire are proud to announce the Greater Lincolnshire Manufacturing Conference 2022: De-risking for a Sustainable Future.

The fully funded conference, which is being organised in partnership with NatWest, exclusively serves the manufacturing sector within Greater Lincolnshire. The conference takes place at Kenwick Park Hotel, Louth, on Friday 20th May 2022. The annual event celebrates its fifth conference, in a welcome return following a three-year hiatus caused by the pandemic.

Greater Lincolnshire Engineering and Manufacturing (GLEAM) network are sponsoring the networking breakfast, which coincides with registration and an industry exhibition. This year’s theme focuses on ‘de-risking for a sustainable future’.

A programme of presentations and discussions will explore sustainable business opportunities, the practicalities of carbon capture and storage, insights into how to take the first steps towards net-zero, and more. Peer-to-peer problem-solving and knowledge-sharing workshops will take place throughout the day, providing time to discuss and unpick topics covered by the speakers.

The day’s events will close with the opportunity for delegates to attend site tours of local manufacturers Bottomley Distillers, Micronclean, and Wolds Manufacturing Services.

Cllr Colin Davie, executive councillor for economy at Lincolnshire County Council, said:  “This conference plays a vital role in supporting the county’s manufacturing community. It provides opportunities to network, share ideas and seek out solutions to common challenges, and of course to hear about new developments from industry leaders. This is always an event to look forward to as we help this important sector thrive.”

To attend the event, delegates must represent manufacturing-based businesses, partnerships, sole traders, and registered charities, with a trading address located within Greater Lincolnshire. Due to anticipated high demand places are limited to one person per organisation. To find out more and book your ticket visit:

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