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SME Webinar | Exploiting technology to punch above your weight

New Civil Engineer has teamed up with Causeway Technologies to offer an inside track on how new technology is helping SMEs and startups be more competitive in our industry.

Technology has transformed the life of the engineer, and the latest developments are enabling startups and SMEs to further level the playing field against larger / more established practices. We look at what is happening and how you can benefit.

Watch and ask questions live at 11.30am on Tuesday 4 December.

We’ll address the common obstacles that can prevent SMEs from embracing technology and explore how making the investment has enabled various firms to reduce costs, improve profitability and compete with larger civil engineering practices.

We’ll be joined by Hannah Vickers, chief executive of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering, who will explain the support available from the business group’s SME forum and be available to answer your questions direct.

Barry Blake, head of infrastructure design at Causeway, will be on hand to explain the options available to smaller firms and discuss how new technology and new business models are making adopting new technology more simple and affordable than ever before. Engineering consultancies are represented by Abley Letchford Partnership and Residential & Commercial Engineering who will be sharing stories and offering advice.

The webinar is free to attend and will take place on 4 December. It will be tailored via live polls to address the issues that matter to you most, enabling us to answer your burning questions live and in real-time. Join us! We’d love your input.

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