Two local entrepreneurs, Nick Evans of EvaBuild and Stuart Owen from Advanced Building Designs, were the latest guest speakers at the Mid Wales Business Networking Event held in Newtown.Read More
Nearly 700 young people from Newtown took part in a series of workshops to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) last week. The sessions had been arranged by Mid Wales Manufacturing Group to support the Futureproofing Engineering Skills Provision in Powys Project which is supported by Powys County Council.Read More
Member company Cellpath kindly hosted the latest Mid Wales Manufacturing Group Annual General Meeting at their newly expanded premises on Mochdre Industrial Estate.Read More
The latest Mid Wales Business Networking event was held in Welshpool on Tuesday (22nd January). The events which are held in conjunction with Business Wales and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce to be a platform for the businesses of Mid Wales to come together, share information, opportunities, learning and challenges, a forum where the business community, can support each other.Read More
The Welsh Government hosted the first regional roadshow in Newtown yesterday (11th December 2018) to sign post Manufacturing Support that SMEs can tap in to.Read More
Member company Faber Technology, the plastic injection moulding specialists based on the Mochdre Industrial estate in Newtown, recently took part in the UK Governments Parliamentary Review into manufacturing.Read More
Mid Wales Manufacturing Group and Myrick Training have been working together closely for a number of years to support the apprenticeship opportunities for manufacturing and engineering companies in Mid Wales.Read More
Mid Wales businesses are being encouraged for their views on the future of the region’s economy and what can be done to boost growth.
On Tuesday Mid Wales Manufacturing Group (MWMG) were pleased to have arranged an informal round table discussion with Dr Gertjan Vlieghe a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England and some MWMG Members.
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is made up of nine members – the Governor, the three Deputy Governors for Monetary Policy, Financial Stability and Markets and Banking, the Chief Economist and four external members appointed directly by the Chancellor.Read More
Mid Wales Manufacturing Group were delighted to take part in the Choose Your Future Powys Careers Festival held on 7th March 2018 at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells. Around 3,000 pupils from across Powys attended the event. The interactive careers and skills festival is organised by the Positive Pathways Powys partnership – a multi-agency group made up of Powys County Council, Careers Wales, Secondary schools in the county, the NPTC Group of Colleges, Cambrian Training and the Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations. The partnership aims to highlight to young people the opportunities available to them when they leave school or college.Read More
Nearly 700 young people from Welshpool took part in a series of workshops to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) last week. The sessions had been arranged by Mid Wales Manufacturing Group to support the Futureproofing Engineering Skills Provision in Powys Project which is supported by Powys County Council. The aim of this project is to ensure the future growth and development of the manufacturing and engineering sector in Powys by helping to address the skills and training barriers being faced by the industry.Read More
Young People in Powys were able to enjoy one of the last days of their Christmas holidays by taking part in a Rocket Making Day in Montgomery. Over 20 young people took up the opportunity with organisers Mid Wales Manufacturing Group.Read More
Mid Wales Manufacturing Group recently gave evidence at the National Assembly’s Economy Committee and has been working with Powys & Ceredigion Councils and other public and private sector representatives on the Growing Mid Wales Partnership looking at an Economic Framework for the region.Read More
Responding to the needs of members identified in the Skills Survey earlier this year, NPTC in Newtown is now able to offer a full range of engineering qualification right through from a level 2 Performing Engineering Operations NVQ to a HNC in Engineering. This progression is an important step in contributing to the Futureproofing of engineering in Mid Wales ensuring we have the right people with the right skills.Read More
In the ever increasingly competitive world of manufacturing, the demands for greater precision becomes critical, and with increased supplier regulation to ensure compliant supply chains, places ever increasing challenges to your business. Many people are talking about Industry 4.0, and Nadcap for example, but what is the significance to your business, and what steps are required to get there?Read More
Employers may be eligible to claim £3500 toward the cost of employing an Apprentice.
The Welsh Government has launched an incentive scheme to help you with your apprentice recruitment.
Employers will be eligible for the incentive if they meet the criteria including haveing not had an employee start an apprenticeship in the previous 30 months.Read More
8 teams took part in this years Mid Wales Charity Golf afternoon held at St Giles Golf Club in Newtown on Friday 30th June. The event was organised by Mid Wales Manufacturing Group and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce and companies from across the region took part in support of Newtown based Charity Small StepsRead More
To help established small business Finance Wales have introduced a new fast- track application service for loans up to £10K.Read More
IUK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are to invest up to £13 million in quantum technologies.Read More
Bangor University in collaboration with Cardiff Metropolitan University are now delivering the ten month 20Twenty Leading Business Growth Programme to businesses in North East Wales.Read More