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Made in the Midlands weekly round up - 16/12/16

Posted on: Dec 21st


In our extended year end edition of the round-up,  Made in the Midlands are delighted to announce that we raised £750 for Save the Children in celebration of Christmas Jumper Day. The money was collectively raised at our Christmas drinks celebration at Hotel Du Vin, Birmingham.

Managing Director of Threeway Pressings, Philip Stanley stated: “This is a fantastic achievement from Made in the Midlands mem...


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Learn How Made In the Midlands Can Enhance Your Online Presence!

Posted on: Jan 3rd

Our new e-book explains, in detail, how to leverage the power of the Internet, great SEO and your own website to attract more visitors, more clients and more sales.

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Manufacturing in Britain needs more recognition - should we be doing more?

Posted on: Jan 6th

December the 3rd 2016 was “Small Business Saturday”, a day where the focus was firmly on trying to persuade people to use their smaller, local businesses when buying food, gifts and essentials. They do it every year.

This day is an attempt to highlight the role small businesses play in our local economies.

However, that is almost a side-issue. You see, many people don’t realise that small businesses make up over 90% of the employers in the UK.

Due to t...


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Made in the Midlands weekly round up - 06/01/17

Posted on: Jan 9th

Made in the Midlands aim to host a record-breaking amount of member breakfast mornings throughout 2017, to further strengthen the communal spirit within the manufacturing sector.

Our first breakfast morning of the year will be hosted at the premises of Salop Powder Coating in Shrewsbury, Shropshire on 19th January from 9:00am.

Salop recently announced the fantastic detailed plans for a new state-of-the-...


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Made in the Midlands weekly round up - 13/01/17

Posted on: Jan 13th

Made in the Midlands have officially saved the Rubber & Plastics Research Association (RAPRA) in a historic deal for the future of the nation’s manufacturing sector.

RAPRA are the leading non-profit membership association that offer impartial specialist support to the whole of Industry through a network of world class technical centres. They connect companies to leading polymer scientists and engineers to provide s...


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