The GMF — Sheffield 2014: focus on exporting
By Allan Skelton
I joined Nabarro partner Martin McKervey and representatives from various companies at the UK Manufacturing: Exporting event, part of the Nabarro-sponsored Global Manufacturing Festival: Sheffield 2014.
The event was jointly hosted by the Manufacturing Forum and the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group and featured a presentation from Labour politician Barry Sheerman MP, co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group.
Mr Sheerman spoke passionately about the importance of manufacturing and innovation to the UK economy and the need for politicians from all political parties to work together and seek to better understand the needs of British businesses. He also spoke about the importance of universities and further learning institutions to their local regions and the wider UK economy…
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