This week, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright called upon the tourism industry to do what it can to promote the sector throughout the year and increase clear career paths.
We are pleased to announce that The Growth Company has been selected as the winner of the Education & Training Social Enterprise award at the UK Social Enterprise Awards, held last night at the Guildhall in the City of London.
A new £20 million initiative, designed to embed advanced digital technology across the North West’s manufacturing sector to boost productivity has been launched.
The UK has a vibrant and expanding angel investment scene. In Manchester however business angel activity, as with many things, is done differently. Our approach is part of an evolving co-investment model which enables the ever-growing pool of entrepreneurial talent and private capital in the city and surrounding regions to connect and get deals done.
GC Angels, Greater Manchester’s response to angel and early stage equity, hosted senior representatives from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the British Business Bank (BBB), UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) HM Treasury, Innovate UK and angel investors from across the region today (20th November 2018) to discuss the future of angel investment as a force for growth in Greater Manchester and the North.
Recent findings from the Lloyds Bank UK Consumer Digital Index 2017 showed that over 11 million adults in the UK don’t have the basic digital skills required to operate effectively day-to-day. Even more shockingly, 4.3 million adults have no digital skills whatsoever.
At yesterday’s launch of the #GMBigAlcoholConversation, it was revealed that harms associated with alcohol are costing Greater Manchester's public services £1.3 billion a year. Amounting to almost £500 for every resident, this is the annual amount we are paying through health, social care, crime and work costs because of the way we drink.
World Quality Day is celebrated annually on the second Thursday in November to help to raise the profile and highlight the positive impact of quality on organisations. The day was designed to increase worldwide awareness of the important contribution that quality makes towards both organisational and national growth, and prosperity.
This week is Youth Work Week, so we’re putting the spotlight on an amazing person who has committed to making a difference to the lives of young people in Manchester.
Since it began 12 years ago, the Make It campaign has inspired more than 70,000 students and schools – showing youngsters from a wide range of backgrounds what they can expect if they pursue a career in the world of manufacturing.