LONDON, January 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
With a further slump for the British industrial sector announced in January, 2012 is shaping up to be tougher than expected for manufacturing and other wider production industries.
2011 was however an exciting year for some within the engineering and manufacturing sectors, including the likes of CBC (Clyde Blowers Capital), LDC (Lloyds Development Capital) and The Manufacturer Magazine.
Next month sees key decision makers from these organisations sharing their experiences and insights on how to make 2012 even more rewarding through truly differentiated manufacturing.
The PMSI Breakfast Series will kick off with a seminar on Specialty Manufacturing on the 21st February, taking place at One Moorgate Place, London.
The keynote address will be delivered by Mr Alex Stewart, Operating Partner and one of the Founding Partners of Clyde Blowers Capital. CBC has been driving growth through specialty manufacturing across Scotland and the wider UK for a number of industrial sectors, and can easily testify to the value of engineering talent and of growth through specialty manufacturing on the global stage.
CBC has a long proven track record of directly managing and delivering operational improvement in its portfolio companies. This facilitates a high level of advisory and operational input into, and alongside, the portfolio companies - from which Alex will be sharing some of his strategies for success.
Other members of the Expert Panel that will handle questions from the floor on operational capability and investment opportunities include;
LDC Investment Director - Steve Aston (LDC has announced its intention to invest £200m over the next 3 years in specialist engineering and manufacturing in the UK) &;
The Manufacturer Magazine Editor - Jane Gray (Jane joined SayOneMedia in 2009 for the launch of the Lean Management Journal. Jane focused on industry skills development features and lean enterprise until she became editor in June 2011).
Themes to be discussed include;
- Uncovering operational performance improvements
- alignment strategies to maximise asset optimisation
- and acquiring capability, including engineering talent.
Founding Director at PMSI, Patrick Mosimann, is excited about the event and how attendees will be able to engage with and gain insights from the experts assembled.
'Opportunities for growth exist, and these experts know the market incredibly well. They'll no doubt have bruises from 2011 but I for one can't wait to hear how they feel about 2012.'
Spaces are limited, so register your interest today at the following link:
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SOURCE PMSI UK Limited