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Meet the Advance team at Farnborough

Posted 2 July 2012 · Add Comment

The team behind ADS' official Advance publication and online daily news service, will be at Farnborough next week - Stand B21 in Hall 1 - and invite trade visitors to drop by and pick up a copy of the latest issue of the magazine.

This special Farnborough 2012 edition of Advance highlights the show's key attractions and a number of the innovative products and services being showcased by companies from the UK and overseas.

As Farnborough is taking place in a special year for the UK - with the celebration of Her Majesty The Queen's Golden Jubilee and the hosting of the Olympics - Advance looks at some of the Royal connections to the show and how British innovation is helping some of the athletes competing in the games.

The magazine is a forum for all those interested in the UK’s aerospace, space, defence and security sectors - from government, the armed/security forces and industry - featuring authoritative insights into these sectors across domestic, European and global markets, with stories from award winning journalists, industry commentators and analysts.

The editorial team - headed by Alan Peaford - is comprised of experienced journalists that specialise in the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors, providing a number of in-depth features, complemented by a daily online news service providing coverage of the latest news on UK and overseas markets.

With this year's Farnborough International Airshow set to be one of the highlights of the summer - whether the weather is fine or foul - the Advance team is looking forward to meeting friends and contacts, both old and new. The team welcomes the news and views of those participating in the event and if you want to ensure you get your message out there, be sure to speak to one of the members of our editorial department on our stand (B21, Hall 1).

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