Engineering a More Successful Manufacturing Business – 18th September 2015
GET YOUR MANUFACTURING BUSINESS RIGHT TO THE TOP AND ABOVE YOUR COMPETITORS, ENCOURAGING A MORE EFFICIENT, PROFITABLE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS
On 18th September Worcester will be home to a unique event arranged solely for the benefit of West Midlands Manufacturing Companies. The complimentary seminar will focus on practical tools you can use now to:
Improve profits ~ Build great teams ~ Free up time
Walk away with a wealth of tools to put into action straight away, helping you better master time, delivery and finance, market more effectively, build a brilliant team, increase sales, lead generation and conversion rate, maximise profit and more.
Over lunch, gain the opportunity to network with other like-minded business leaders who will be attending the event
Gain proven tips and advice from experienced professionals to help you grow your manufacturing business
The seminar run from 8.45am until 1.00pm and will be interactive as there is so much we can learn including from each other’s experiences. After this dynamic, morning session all guests are invited to continue the conversation and join us for a light lunch and some productive networking.
You’ll go away with some new ideas and some reminders on what works within your business, which you can start to work on straight away. You will make great new contacts within your area of interest and feel re-energised as we enter the tough Q4 period.
Simon Williams, founder of Arrivista Business Coaching, Chairman of Coomber Electronic Equipment. 35 years in and around manufacturing businesses. Simon will present the seminar ‘Engineering a more successful Manufacturing Business’. Today, some of Arrivistas’ client list includes: Sunrise Medical, Yamazaki Mazak, Atwell International, CP Foods, Winster, WCM&A, Wye Valley Brewery, Peak Packaging, LGD Solutions, JCM, and Saren Engineering.
Tony Bennett, Head of R&D plus Coomber production. Reflecting on his vast experience he will present ‘Creating Successful Working Partnerships within the Manufacturing Sector’.
Aaron Kernaghan, Managing Director of Ecl-ips and Coomber. His success is based on harnessing technology for maximum client benefit. He will talk on ‘How using CCTV in a Manufacturing environment can reduce your Health & Safety risks’.
We would like to thank the following sponsors for inviting their members and clients:
Manufacturing Advisory Forum (MAS)