Design, Online – A Eureka! Webinar Event

by Paul Fanning

Eureka! launches 'Design, Online', a new webinar event featuring five leading technology companies.

There has never been a more crucial time to ensure your business is up-to-date with the latest trends and technology, but lockdown and social distancing make large-scale events and shows impossible at the moment. So if you can’t go out and get the information you need, it has to come to you.

With that in mind, Eureka! is launching its first ‘Design, Online’ webinar event on 25th-26th August. This will consist of a series of webinar presentations from leading technology companies that you can watch live or download later.

Each webinar slot will be 20-30 mins long, with up to 10mins of Q&A. These interactive events will allow you to keep abreast of what’s happening in the market, make connections and advance your professional knowledge without even having to leave your desk.

DON’T MISS OUT – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE FULL SERIES!

25th August 2020

10:00 AM BST

Maxon
Active Motorised Implants Within the Human Body
Matthew Dean, Medical Sales Engineer

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11:30 AM BST

LOCTITE
Proven Adhesive Solutions to Improve Design & End Product Performance
Bob Orme, Senior Technology Specialist

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2:00 PM BST

Beckhoff Automation
Reclaiming Manufacturing “Real Estate”
Bradley McEwan, Business Development Manager

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3:30 PM BST

Goodfellow
Ground-breaking Materials for Advanced Technologies
Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager

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26th August 2020

10.00 AM BST

Southco Manufacturing Ltd.
Introducing MAKE SAFETY VISIBLE BY SOUTHCO™ products: Improving Application Security and End-User Safety through Access Hardware with Visual Indication.
David Kelly, Technical Support Manager Europe

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