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MAA Conference 2022 - where are the business opportunities of the future?

Rolls-Royce Learning and Development Centre, Derby

The MAA Conference 2020 was postponed because of the pandemic.


After a gap of two years, our latest MAA annual conference will focus on identifying business opportunities and prospects for growth in the aerospace sector as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Businesses that tap into customer insights, responding to challenges and opportunities promptly, could gain competitive advantage.

Joining our conference gives you the chance to get ahead of the industry by exploring key market trends impacting aerospace companies and resulting business opportunities. Three insightful conference sessions will be delivered by leaders in the aerospace industry:

Session 1: Where is global growth happening?

Where in the aerospace industry -- in which countries, in which market segments -- is growth happening and projected to happen in the near term future?

Session 2: Finding opportunities as aerospace supply chains are restructured

How are supply chains changing in the Midlands aerospace cluster? Where are the business opportunities as customers consolidate, run into challenges ramping up production again, look for new capabilities?

Session 3: Looking into markets in adjacent sectors

What opportunities are there fore aerospace companies in the other markets where the Midlands has great strengths, automotive, rail, motorsport and others?


There will also be many opportunities, throughout the day, to network with companies from across the industry.

Full agenda to follow soon . . .


The venue

The conference venue is again the excellent Rolls-Royce Learning and Development Centre in the city of Derby.

Rolls-Royce Learning and Development Centre

Rolls-Royce Learning and Development Centre

Rolls-Royce Derby Learning and Development Centre interior

Inside the Centre

US aerospace expert Richard Aboulafia addresses the 2013 conference

US aerospace expert Richard Aboulafia addresses the first MAA conference

Gold Sponsor

Rolls Royce logo


Silver Sponsors


AE Aero Logo

Heller Logo

Jonathan Lee

University of Derby logo



Bronze Sponsors 

MJ Sections logo

Northstar Imaging logo

Wheelabrator logo jan20


Our media partner

Aerospace manufacturing logo


Registration rates for 2022

  First participant Additional participants
MAA member company £275 £200
Member of partner organisation (ADS, AWF, FAC, NWAA, WEAF) £325 £250
Non-member organisation £375 £375


Click here to see if you are members of the MAA.

Bookings will open soon. . .