Adoption programme targets support at SMEs with free Christmas guide to ‘game-changing’ technology.
Creative Apparel, supported by Made Smarter, to leverage data, systems integration and AI to become leader for change in fashion sector
A clothing manufacturer, supported by Made Smarter, is aiming for green growth through sustainable style with a ground-breaking smart eco-factory.
SME manufacturers joining the Industry 4.0 revolution are driving up the demand for data science and software engineering skills, according to Made Smarter, the movement helping businesses grow through technology adoption.
SME manufacturers, supported by Made Smarter, have embraced a new approach to leadership during the coronavirus crisis.
Industry-led government-backed movement needed more than ever to help businesses maintain their competitive edge and come back smarter post Covid-19 – says Donna Edwards
Fully funded digital technology internships are leading to jobs and career experience for students and graduates.
Industry trailblazers Andrea Thompson; BAE Systems, Andrea Hough; ATEC Engineering Solutions and Donna Edwards; Made Smarter say manufacturing SMEs can inspire a generation and close the gender gap.
North West manufacturers offered free access to industry experts to design and develop digital strategy
Made Smarter running an intimate, interactive clinic for SME makers at Macdonald Manchester Hotel on February 25.
Manufacturing SMEs from clockmakers to cheesemakers have invested £5.4M to adopt new technologies supported by £1.6m of funding in the first year of Made Smarter
12 months on and 62 North West makers are making things smarter, almost 800 businesses have already approached the pilot for support.
Manufacturers from varied industries including aerospace, engineering and food and beverage, are set to embrace new digital technologies following a successful Made Smarter event in Blackburn.
Manufacturing firms in the North West have signed up to a business-led programme which aims to use digital technology to boost growth and success.
North West business leaders are the first in the country to embark on a trailblazing leadership programme designed to equip them with the vision and the skills to pursue smarter manufacturing.