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NAA Update: Make sure these forthcoming event dates are in your diary

Just as we’re coming to the end of the Liverpool International Festival for Business, it’s time to look ahead to the next few months of events, including the NAA Annual Awards Dinner; NAA meetings at mi Technology, Sigmatex and NGF EUROPE; and the CENEX Low Carbon Vehicle event and the UK Advanced Engineering Show. And […]

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In the Driving Seat:Alan Seeley, HR Manager, GETRAG FORD Transmissions GmbH

Our In The Driving Seat features are always fascinating, allowing us to find out more about individuals in the region’s industry, and Alan Seeley is no exception, as here you can discover Alan’s big passion when he’s not at GETRAG Name Alan Seeley Company GETRAG FORD Transmissions GmbH Position HR Manager Apart from that Chairman […]

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Special Feature: Review of Liverpool International Festival for Business –from the Liverpool City LEP and GETRAG

As the Liverpool International Festival for Business draws to a close we thought it would be interesting to reflect upon the impact of IFB, and therefore we have asked both Alan Seeley, HR Manager at GETRAG FORD Transmissions GmbH, and Simon Reid, Sector Manager – Advanced Manufacturing from Liverpool City LEP to give us their […]

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The Blair Project: Low Carbon NW Motorsport Hub

There are plans to develop the North West into a low carbon motorsport hub, with associated potential supplier opportunities for regional companies Developing the North West region as a low carbon motorsport hub is the big strategy behind the Blair Project, a social enterprise which, at a more tactical level, is looking to support young […]

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Liverpool City Region is successful in bid for Sensor City University Enterprise Zone

This incredibly welcome announcement reflects the quality of the application put together by the two Universities and the letters of support received from industry. Sensors were identified as a specific Liverpool City Region competence during the Making It process and the Sensor City bid drew heavily on this in the submission to Government. This is […]

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Investing in England's North West - European Regional Development Fund
Partners Department for Business Innovation and Skills Finance Birmingham