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Made in the Midlands interviewed the Deputy Director at the City of Wolverhampton College, Andrew Cartwright and Health & Safety Officer and Training Supervisor at Heller Machine Tools, Owen Needles to discuss: “Apprentices & Bridging the Manufacturing Skills Gap”.Owen and Andrew answer vital questions including the pot...Read Story
Made in the Midlands is pleased to announce Michael Mychajluk, Supply Chain & External Engagement Manager for Jaguar Land Rover as a guest speaker at the upcoming Made in the Midlands 2017 exhibition at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 25th May. Now in its eighth year, the exhibition is set to welcome over 2,000 decision makers from the Midlands engineering and manufacturing community, which would be a record attendance figure. Mr Mychajluk will be talking about the ...Read Story
The latest Made in the Midlands breakfast event was hosted by CeraCon in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. The event followed Managing Director, Robert Jones brilliant interview on MIMTV. We will be posting the full event review next week to their Made in the Midlands microsite. Made in the Midlands welcomed Johnty Mongan, National Sales Manager from Unipart Cyber Security i...Read Story
This week, Made in the Midlands welcomed adi Group’s James Sopwith into the MIMTV studio. Sopwith discussed a range of great topics, including: Being named as the headline sponsor of the Made in the Midlands exhibition, their ambitious 2020 plans and launching their new dedicated food and beverage business.Furthermore, we invited CEO of Branduaer, Rowan Crozier onto MIMTV, where he discussed a range of important topics, such as: Acquiring £800,000 worth of state-of-the-...Read Story
At a Made in the Midlands (MIM) Council meeting earlier last week, it was agreed that the organisation would hold a ‘Britain’s Manufacturing Manifesto’ event on the 8th May at Birmingham City University, providing members with the perfect opportunity to discuss and feed into the ten pillars of the government’s Industrial Strategy.Taking the format of an open forum brainstorming session, there ...Read Story