EEF have launcehd a new and exclusive network area for members called the “Inside Track”.
On the exciting new network we will share the latest manufacturing news, trends and opinions before they go public. It gives you:
• Access to exclusive content before it is made public
• An opportunity to ask an expert in our series of live Q&As
• Ability to download the latest manufacturing reports ahead of publication
We are marking the launch of this new area with an exclusive live Q&A session with EEF’s new CEO Stephen Phipson CBE. This session will take place on Thursday 18th January between 15.30 and 16.30.
Why not start thinking about questions you would like to ask Stephen, to submit your questions simply email the network team firstname.lastname@example.org
So if you want to be the first to hear what Stephen has to say and hear his thoughts about his role at EEF register on the network today.
Only EEF members can take part in this exclusive Q&A session and by registering you’ll also get exclusive access to EEF’s Brexit board, giving you all the latest insight from our Brussels and London experts.
Registering is easy and free – it gives you access to information that you won’t want to miss – so sign up today.
About the Network
The EEF Problem Solving Network is an online forum where you can find practical answers to real-world questions. The Network is a place to connect with manufacturing professionals and peers that can help solve business challenges through shared expertise. By sharing their expertise and benefiting from the experience of subject matter experts from a variety of sectors, hundreds of individuals working at the cutting edge of UK manufacturing are helping each other find solutions both big and small that make a real difference to their businesses.
* On 1st December 2017 Stephen Phipson joined EEF, the Manufacturers’ organisation as its new Chief Executive, succeeding Terry Scuoler.
Stephen has a wide range of experience in both Government and advanced manufacturing companies. He was formerly Head of the Defence and Security Organisation (DSO) within the Department for International Trade where he was responsible for providing UK Government export support to the UK defence and security industry. Prior to heading up DSO he was Director for Security Industry Engagement at the Home Office, before which he spent thirty five years in a range of large and small manufacturing businesses. His period in industry has included roles as Chief Executive Officer of Stadium Group plc and President of Smiths Detection, one of the world’s leading security companies, developing business with more than one hundred Government Agencies around the world. He has also held senior management roles with Radiall, Phillips and Plessey and was awarded a CBE for services to the security industry in 2010.