Explore the benefits of the NEC Users' Group

Explore the benefits of the NEC Users' Group


We caught up with Samuel Bizzell, Head of Commercial Estates Team, UK Parliament to discuss his experience of the NEC Users' Group.

In the interview, Samuel outlines favourite events, benefits and networking within the NEC community.

Read the full interview here

If you are Interested in submitting a company profile based on your own experience of the NEC Users' Group please contact: usergroup@neccontract.com

NEC Users Group 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.

Our members are able to exchange knowledgebest practice and contact details with each other through events, training and digital networking.

A busy events schedule and regular newsletters provide up to date information, news and experiences from across the world of NEC.

In response to the international adoption of NEC contracts, there are currently active Users' Groups offering dedicated local support in the United Kingdom and Asia Pacific.

Discover the NEC Users' Group here
 
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