Interesting Times for the Ceramic Industry
Ceramics UK aims to help ceramic manufacturers and end users of ceramic products understand the UK ceramic industry and the impacts that Brexit may have.
I’m sure we’ve all heard the saying, “May you live in interesting times.” Whether this is a simple proverb or an ancient curse, the meaning is clear: you better watch out. Certainly today’s political climate is among the most interesting many of us have ever experienced. The “daily” news cycle is a thing of the past, as policy changes, spats, rumors and scandals seem to pop up literally every few minutes.
Though the current U.S. administration seems to embody the term interesting, the rest of the world is definitely not immune to the phenomenon. Take a few minutes and Google the term “Brexit,” for example. Yikes.
Tariffs, trade wars and upheavals—oh, my. What are ceramic manufacturers to do? How can companies navigate all of these often complex changes? Ceramics UK, a new free-to-attend exhibition and conference, aims to help ceramic manufacturers and end users of ceramic products understand the UK ceramic industry and the impacts that Brexit may have. Britain will leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, and Ceramics UK will be held July 10-11 at the Telford International Centre in Shropshire, England.
“We thought carefully about the timing to be sure we maximize opportunities for all participants,” said Adam Moore, Ceramics UK event director. “This one-off exhibition and conference represents a unique chance for manufacturers from around the world to engage with the UK ceramic community, to find out about the many novel technologies that are currently being developed here, and to grab the chance to forge new business partnerships.”
To learn more about Ceramics UK, visit http://www.ceramics-uk.com. What do you think about Brexit and all of the other interesting aspects of today’s manufacturing landscape? Please contact me at (248) 786-1704 or email@example.com to share your thoughts.