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    Why Local Industrial Strategies must be the driving force behind the Industrial Strategy

    APMG Policy Manager, Ben Carpenter Merritt, recently featured in the Sunday Telegraph’s supplement on the Industrial Strategy.

    In it, Ben argued that the success of the Industrial Strategy will rely heavily on the successful implementation of Local Industrial Strategies that draw on the power of manufacturing to feed local economies – improving productivity and employment by making the most of local strengths to address national challenges.

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    APMG hosts roundtable with APGSE on Women in Engineering and Manufacturing

    On Thursday 22nd November, the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) and the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills & Employment (APGSE) hosted a roundtable following up on the Skills Commission’s report - A spotlight on: women in engineering. 

    The event brought together women engineers, leading manufacturers, skills providers and policy makers to discuss the how business and government can collaborate to increase the number of women working in engineering and manufacturing.

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    APMG host roundtable on the Industrial Strategy and the future of British manufacturing with Shadow Business Minister, Bill Esterson

    On Thursday 13th September, the APMG brought together leading manufacturers and policy makers from across the sector to discuss the UK’s industrial strategy and the state of British manufacturing.

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    Minister for Business and Industry addresses APMG/EEF Summer Reception

    Senior figures from across the manufacturing sectors joined MPs and Peers for the APMG and EEF’s summer reception on Wednesday 11th July, 2018. Held on the House of Lords Terrace overlooking the Thames, guests were joined by a series of high-profile speakers, including Richard Harrington MP, Minister of State for Business and Industry.

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    APMG Promotes the Future of Manufacturing with 3D Printing Parliamentary Roundtable

    This All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group brought together policymakers, parliamentarians, manufacturers large and small, and academics to discuss the important topic of how 3D printing will change manufacturing in the UK and how this exciting new technology can be supported by government.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) exists to encourage the exchange of knowledge and understanding between Parliament and the UK's diverse manufacturing industries, helping to raise the profile of manufacturing both inside and outside of Parliament.