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Whatever you make, make it smarter – An introduction to Made Smarter

Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (CLEP) is set to host a free online event on Wednesday 23 September, 2-3pm – An Introduction to Made Smarter.

The Made Smarter pilot is a two-year national adoption programme designed to unite small and medium sized manufacturers with the digital tools, innovation and skills they need to make an everyday difference to their business. By uniting established and emerging UK technology innovators with the manufacturing community, the scheme strives to demonstrate what is possible and deliver solutions to the industry’s biggest operational challenges. It aims to enable manufacturing businesses to be faster, more responsive and efficient, ultimately, making better products for less and allowing them to secure a competitive edge.

Made Smarter was created following an industry-led review of how the UK’s manufacturing industries can prosper through digital tools and innovation. This independent review was commissioned by UK Government and led by Professor Juergen Maier CBE, Chair of Made Smarter UK.

Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership’s introductory event will be Chaired by CLEP’s Chief Executive, Jo Lappin, and include Made Smarter’s Relationship Manager, Allen Camm, Oxley Group’s Marketing Manager and Made Smarter Board Member, Jayne Moorby, Cumbria Clock Co’s Joint Founder, Keith Scobie-Youngs and Principal Development Engineer at NIS Ltd, Marc Green.

The online event will enable manufacturing businesses to find out more about the scheme, demonstrate how it is already benefiting businesses in Cumbria and allow businesses to see whether it could help them to secure cutting-edge technology and deliver their goals.

To find out more about the event and to register:

Whatever you make, make it smarter – An introduction to Made Smarter

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