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Event review: CarFest North, Cholmondeley Castle, 8-9 September

CarFest North took place at Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire over 8-9 September 2012, combining some of the world’s most iconic (and some bizarre) vehicles with live music, great food, lots of entertainment for children, and perfect weather – and so putting Cholmondeley, and the North West, firmly on the map as an ideal venue for […]

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Cash incentive for manufacturers to create 200 full-time jobs for graduates

PRESS RELEASE, 24 SEPTEMBER 2012 An additional 200 graduates are expected to be recruited by businesses in the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector across theUKafter funds to support their employment and training were announced today. Semta, the sector skills council for science, engineering and manufacturing submitted a proposal to the UK Commission for Employment and […]

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Industrial Strategy – Cable outlines vision for future of British industry

Today is an opportunity to set out an industrial strategy following the comments in Parliament yesterday. Industrial strategy is a cross-government product, which I have worked on specifically with my colleague David Willetts and Lord Heseltine in developing. Over the last few weeks the papers have been full of pictures of athletes. The Olympics provided […]

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NAA Update: You are invited to attend forthcoming NAA events, and to apply for an award

Carol invites you to attend the next NAA meetings, which include ‘A guide to marketing for NW automotive companies and suppliers’ on 4 October at MWS; the annual NAA networking dinner on 18 October at Carden Park; and a members networking meeting on 28 November at Jaguar Land Rover in Halewood. I am sure that […]

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NAA Skills Update: Apprenticeships

It’s that time of year when many young people have received their GCSE or A-Level results and are wondering what to do next. Thankfully, a lot of emphasis is being given to apprenticeships at present, but I worry that we are still not doing enough to promote the benefits of apprenticeships to learners, parents and […]

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