Made in Britian and Axion Polymers are hosting the first-ever MiB workshop focused on marketing in the Circular Economy (CE), on Wednesday, 14th March from 09:00 to 16:00 in Manchester. If your manufacturing business wants to learn how to buy and sell sustainably, this is the #MiBworkshop for your marketing team.
RESERVE YOUR PLACE* HERE | This event is to help Britain's manufacturers sell more with the Made in Britain marque.
Britain's manufacturers are at the forefront of sustainable manufacturing - take a look at members Bio-Bean, Kensa Heat Pumps, Schoeller Allibert, Hutchinson Engineering and Craemer all members of Made in Britain and breaking new ground designing and making a more sustainable future in Britain.
- 3-minute Maker session | Showcase your manufacturing business to the MiB Network
- Export, Trade and Sell More Overseas | Lloyds Bank SME Manufacturing and the ITP trading portal**
- Q&A with Axion's Keith Freegard
- PR/Media Room | MiB record interviews with members about their Success Stories
- Sales & Marketing NETWORK | Tell MiB where you'd like to achieve more sales of your Made in Britain goods
Full Agenda and Speakers annouced in February with Special Guest on Sustainability and Provenance Marketing
*This event costs £20exVAT and is organised by Made in Britain and Axion for manufacturers working with provenance marketing and the circular economy.
** The International Trade Portal is open for members of Made in Britain in partnership with Lloyds Bank SME Manufacturing
Made in Britain members can book their place here | 'SELLING IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY'
About Axion Polymers
Made in Britain member Axion Polymers are on a mission is to 'protect finite resources and reduce landfill by developing and supporting the circular economy'. It's the viable alternative to the ‘take, make, dispose’ model and imagines a future where products stay in use for as long as possible and where resource recovery and re-use become the normal thing to do.
Their track record is proven, and unique. They run their own multimillion pound advanced sorting and reprocessing plants, selling both the products and by-products of the process, and sharing engineering and business expertise through a range of consultancy and practical support services.
As a result, Axion have become widely recognised as experts in developing innovative resource recovery technologies, process plants and business models that deliver both financial and environmental benefits.
Your contact with Axion | Carla Eslava, Collection Schemes Manager
D: + 44 161 871 0562
M: + 44 7860 696082
T: + 44 161 426 7731