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Jonathan Lee Recruitment to introduce FoBMI partnership at Advanced Engineering

Posted 26 October 2018 · Add Comment

Manufacturing and engineering employment specialist, Jonathan Lee Recruitment, has become a core partner of the Future of British Manufacturing Initiative (FoBMI) and will be hosting an introduction at Advanced Engineering Expo 2018 at the NEC, Birmingham (31 October - 1 November 2018).


Visitors are invited to their stand on 31 October at 11.00am where Asif Moghal, Senior Industry Manager - Autodesk, Chris Greenough, Commercial Director - Salop Design & Engineering and Dr Megan Rohayne, Memberships Development Manager - EEF will introduce the initiative and discuss the progression of 4IR and the changes required to meet future skills requirements.

David Woakes, Group Business Development Manager at Jonathan Lee Recruitment, commented: “We’re very aware of the challenges facing manufacturers today, specifically the need to embrace digital initiatives and new technology and the impact this has on their people. We’re delighted to be working with the Future of British Manufacturing Initiative to support businesses navigating these changes and preparing themselves, and their employees, for the future.

“We are thrilled that Asif, Chris and Megan will be joining us on our stand at Advanced Engineering Expo 2018 and we’re looking forward to meeting manufacturing and engineering businesses looking to futureproof their operations.

“One of the key components of the initiative is the FoBMI readiness assessment tool, which can be accessed via Jonathan Lee Recruitment’s website, jonlee.co.uk/FoBMI. This provides the first step to gaining practical and realistic advice to businesses wanting to make better products, improve productivity and increase profitability through the use of disruptive technologies. We’re looking forward to introducing our visitors to the tool.”

Celebrating its 10th year, Advanced Engineering is one of the UK’s largest annual gatherings of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals and showcases technologies and solutions across co-located show zones.
 

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