The Defence Procurement Minister, Jeremy Quin, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at Defence Procurement, Research, Technology & Exportability (DPRTE) 2021.

Mr Quin will be providing the official live opening keynote address at the DPRTE Live Broadcast Arena.

The arena is one of the focal points within the event, providing all visitors with a rare opportunity to hear from leading personnel from organisations such as the Ministry of Defence, academia and the wider industry network.

High-profile speakers will present on a range of topical and critical subjects that are defining the future of defence procurement, in addition to delivering against today’s current marketplace initiatives and objectives.

The DPRTE 2021 Live Broadcast Arena sessions will be streamed live online as part of our hybrid event package, meaning you can watch the main sessions from the comfort of your home or office environment.

As Minister of State for Defence Procurement, Mr Quin is responsible for the Defence Equipment Plan; relations with the defence industry; defence exports; defence science and technology; and defence estates and infrastructure.

With £16.5bn extra being spent within the defence sector over the next four years, now is the time for all sectors involved within defence acquisition supply chain to engage and collaborate across the range of interactive features that will be held across this year’s event taking place both live in venue and online with an innovative hybrid format.

Attendees will have an invaluable opportunity to hear directly from those personnel who are actively engaged in both setting and delivering the direction of the UK’s defence procurement and supply chain strategy.

Do not miss out on this unique opportunity to hear from a range of the most important speakers within defence procurement today.

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