"I believe that apprentices are an excellent way for the predominantly small tech companies in the TechEast region to grow and a way to help fill the skills gap we have here. They are also a great way to support young people in our region to get industry experience."
Last week we attended the Evolution: Journey into Industry 4.0 event and it was an illuminating experience! Not only did we get to hear from some of manufacturings leading lights in the region, we got to talk alongside them at Naame’s packed conference.
Held by Inspired Youth Projects, My Tech 2018 was another successful meeting of tech employers and burgeoning tech talent.
NAAME, the New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering, are an organisation dedicated to promoting and supporting the manufacturing and engineering industry in our region and Naked Element open their ‘NAAME Dropping’ section which shines a spotlight on innovative local businesses. The magazine is free and packed with interesting articles and useful information. For example, did [...]
Come and hear about the benefits of process automation at the February New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering conference
Our CEO Paul Grenyer is a speaker at ‘Evolution: Journey into Industry 4.0’, an event held by NAAME (New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering) at West Suffolk College on 15th February, and we would love to see you there! The event aims to address pressing issues in the industry sector including the skills shortage, lack of innovation and stagnating productivity. The day’s roster boasts high profile speakers from within education and government as well as private companies and exhibitors.
Tech Nation is a groundbreaking series of reports on the UK’s digital tech ecosystem. Over the last three years – it has captured the strength, depth and breadth of activity across the UK. It has revealed the scale of the digital tech sector, captured its growth, and – crucially – developed an understanding of the [...]
There’s no question that technology is an intrinsic part of our everyday world. The government report ‘Foresight’ into the future of manufacturing predicts that manufacturing “will be virtually unrecognisable from that of thirty years ago” due to the advances of technology. This is not a new opinion and businesses will have to make technology part of their process just to keep up with the changing face of manufacturing.
Business Automation is essentially the streamlining of processes to increase efficiency, improve consistency, reduce errors and it applies to every business. Whether it’s delivering to an expanding market, making a product that has to meet set standards every time or maintaining accurate accounts payable in a complex industry, every business would benefit from process automation. Every Business. Even yours.
The East of England is fast becoming a hotbed for expertise and technology in the manufacturing sector. New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering names the region as the third largest cluster in the UK for composites alone. Our once primarily rural area now holds a large stake in tertiary manufacturing also, making East Anglia, or [...]