WORCESTERSHIRE manufacturing companies have gathered to launch a new campaign celebrating the county’s vibrant manufacturing sector.
The Make It Worcestershire campaign for 2022 launched at an event hosted at Worcester Bosch, shining a light on the thriving manufacturing sector that currently exists in the county, as well as looking forward at how we can keep it growing.
This is the third phase of the successful wider Make It Worcestershire campaign that has previously focused on supporting local producers and growers by encouraging residents to Buy, Eat, Sell and Stay local.
Food at the event was all locally sourced by companies that choose to Make It Worcester, such as Croome Cuisine and Top Barn.
Representatives from the county council’s business support programmes including Elevate, Worcestershire Innovation, Here2Help Business and The Low Carbon Opportunities Programmes were on hand to help attendees understand the help and support available across the county to help businesses to thrive.
Richard Soper CBE, One Worcestershire sponsor, said: “The launch event for phase 3 of our Make It Worcestershire campaign, was a huge success.
“It was fantastic to see the support for Worcestershire manufacturing and the enthusiasm for representing Worcestershire locally, regionally and nationally through the sector.”
Visit http://www.oneworcestershire.com/makeitworcs to get involved.