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Manufacturing and Engineering Survey 2015

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Manufacturing and Engineering Survey 2015

 

It’s time for our annual Manufacturing and Engineering survey.

Our 2015 survey is sponsored by Lloyds Bank and will focus on 7 core areas; the business as a whole, your post-election wish list and views concerning the EU referendum, recruitment and skills, funding, energy & sustainability.

The survey will be sent to thousands of manufacturers and engineers across the UK. Along with our colleagues in the Manufacturing Group of our national association MHA, we will look at the anonymised data and use it to summarise trends, identify opportunities and threats for manufacturers and look at other ways in which we can help manufacturing businesses  Where appropriate, we will also be putting pressure on the government to take more action to support manufacturers and engineers.

As specialist advisers to the sector, we want to understand your view of the upcoming year so we’re asking you to help us by completing a brief online survey. The survey will take you no longer than 10-15 minutes and once the data has been analysed we will provide you with a full report detailing the findings with commentary from the prestigious WMG – the Manufacturing Group at the University of Warwick and from Philippa Oldham CEng MIMechE, Head of Transport and Manufacturing at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

Please click here to complete the survey

All of the results will be kept anonymous and data will be used only for the purposes of analysis by MHA and its member firms. No third party will receive any traceable data.

Last year’s survey showed respondents predicting that they would see growth in 2015 but having concerns over a developing skills gap. You can read the full 2014 Survey report here.

If you have any queries about the manufacturing survey or would like to know more about the services MHA members provide, please contact us on 0191 285 0321.

 

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