NEC Users' Group Online Conference - 15 June 2020 - PM Session Product code: L07110-PM

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 NEC Users' Group Online Conference (Afternoon) (Session)

NEC Users' Group Online Conference (Afternoon) (Session)
£60.00 Platinum/Gold Users' Group Members £40.00
To register more delegates, or to be put on the waiting list, please call: +44(0)20 7665 2446 or email



The NEC Users’ Group Annual Conference 2020 is going digital!

After carefully monitoring the recent events and government guidelines for responding to Covid-19 we have made the decision to move the NEC Users’ Group Annual Conference to a digital platform. From the team at NEC, we would like to thank you for your patience and understanding. We cannot wait to welcome you all virtually to what is looking to be an insightful and beneficial digital conference.

Afternoon Session - 15 June 2020

In this session NEC board members consider how to use NEC while dealing with current concerns. 

Speakers for this session include:

  • Peter Higgins, NEC4 Board Chair
  • Ian Heaphy, NEC4 Board Member

NEC Users’ Group Members

NEC Users’ Group members are entitled to discounted entry as well as free spaces, depending on the level of membership.

The NEC Users’ Group is an international community of NEC users, with more than 450 members, representing and connecting organisations from across the supply chain. NEC Users’ Group members benefit from:

  • Exclusive technical support from NEC experts through the help desk
  • Tailored consultancy
  • Free or discounted access to a range of NEC products and events
  • Free or discounted access to the Annual NEC Conference
  • Exclusive access to the Users' Group newsletter

Interested in becoming a member? Discover our membership page.

If you have any further questions or concerns, then please contact: or alternatively, please call: Sherazade Kappos: +44 (0)20 7665 2482 or Cheryl Waterman on: +44 (0)20 7665 2445



Speakers for this session include:
  • Peter Higgins, NEC4 Board Chair
  • Ian Heaphy, NEC4 Board Member
This years theme is 'New Decade, New Horizons' with a focus on NEC as an international contract, leading the way with digital solutions for industry.
 Monday 15th June 2020

Afternoon Workshop
12:30  Workshop: Dealing with current concerns - how to manage with NEC
  Peter Higgins
NEC4 Board Chair

Ian Heaphy
NEC4 Board Member
14:00 End
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