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SOLIDWORKS User Group Meeting UK – March 3rd

SOLIDWORKS User Group Meeting UK – March 3rd

February 23rd, 2016 / Posted by Jessica Taylor

Don’t miss the next UK SWUG North West Meeting!

On March 3rd there will be another UK SOLIDWORKS User Group North West meeting.

There will be a range of different presentations and as always there will be an opportunity to have a chat with other members, partners and SOLIDWORKS AEs throughout the meeting.

The SWUG meetings involve group discussions and always encourage learning and sharing!

Free food and drinks will be served and the meeting will finish with some sponsored give away prizes.

This time it will be held in Manchester at MMU’s Digital Innovation shed.

It’s a great opportunity to learn more about SOLIDWORKS and share tips and tricks. Some of the DriveWorks team will be attending and we hope to see you there!

Digital Innovation is a new initiative from Manchester Metropolitan University designed to respond to the rapid speed of change in the digital sector. Situated in a refurbished engineering shed on the MMU city centre campus, Digital Innovation brings together start-up businesses, digital research and teaching under the same roof.

We’re really excited to visit the shed for the UK SWUG North West meeting as it set to become an innovative venue for the whole of Manchester’s technology sector.

It’s an ideal location for a SWUG meeting as it will become a place where you can encounter new technology and new thinking and, above all, it will be place where you can find new ideas.

SOLIDWORKS User Group UK

When
Thursday 3rd March 2016

Doors open from 17:00 until 20:30

Where
The Shed
Digital Innovation
John Dalton West
Manchester Metropolitan University
Chester Street
Manchester
M1 5GD

Don’t miss out, membership is FREE

SOLIDWORKS User Group

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