CEO called upon to discuss the importance of the British brand

MADE in Britain’s CEO John Pearce, will be taking part in a discussion on how manufacturers in the north-west can capitalise on the demand for British-made goods in high growth markets.

The webinar is being organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and takes place on Tuesday 10 May at 10am. Register before the end of 9 May here:

Mr Pearce will be joined in the webinar by:

  • Kate Hills, founder and CEO of Make it British
  • Dawn Huntrod, regional membership director (north), Make UK
  • Tony Grimshaw OBE, director from What More UK
  • Jen Hill, director of B&M Longworth and NW board member of Made UK
  • Lynne Gillen, DIT export manager, Lancashire

This webinar is open to all north-west manufacturing companies, and to intermediaries working in the sector. The north-west is one of the largest manufacturing hubs in the UK, with almost 15,000 manufacturing businesses across the region, employing over 350,000. Renowned for a pioneering spirit and a rich industrial and scientific history, it is important to explore new opportunities for the future, according to the DIT flyer published to promote the event. Download a copy of the flyer here.

By Made in Britain 6 months ago | Made in Britain news

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