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Are you Britain’s best manufacturer?

12 April 2018

The EEF Future Manufacturing Awards are currently looking for Britain’s manufacturing heroes and outstanding apprentices. Could this be you? 

There are six business awards, recognising health and safety, leadership, innovation, business growth and strategy, sustainability and developing future talent.

The apprentice categories, for those working in engineering or business support roles, are designed to celebrate the work being done by apprentices across the UK. Companies are being urged to put forward their best and brightest apprentices to help promote the wealth of opportunities available to young people within UK manufacturing.

The awards are free, easy to enter and give apprentices, manufacturers and supply chain businesses of all sizes from across the UK the chance to shine. Entries will be judged regionally, with the winners going on to compete for a national award.

Stephen Phipson CBE, CEO of EEF, said: “A strong manufacturing sector is the backbone of any healthy economy, spreading wealth and secure employment to every region of Britain. This takes dedication, dynamism and hard work from companies, coupled with a supply of determined and talented apprentices. “Despite the fantastic success of so many manufacturers and apprentices, our sector remains full of unsung heroes who do not get the recognition they rightly deserve."

The closing date for entries is 29th June, 2018. To enter or to find out more please visit: http://www.eef.org.uk/awards.


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