Aerospace Implementation Programme Launch

Launch of the Aerospace Implementation Programme

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Launch of the Aerospace Implementation Programme

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The Centre for Competitiveness and TEC Transnational Ltd are launching five new workshops for the new Aerospace Implementation Programme (AIP). This takes place at the A|D|S UK Task Force event in Dublin on March 16, 2016.

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Bombardier CSeries: Jet gets commercial clearance

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Bombardier has hailed an "historic moment" for the company, after its CSeries passenger jet obtained clearance to enter commercial service.

The wings for the new aircraft will be made in Belfast, supporting 800 jobs.

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EUROPEAN BUSINESS EXCELLENCE ACCREDITATIONS AT THE EFQM AWARDS EVENT IN DUBLIN

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On the 12th October 2015 the EFQM Excellence Awards were presented in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin, by Mr. Joe O’ Mahony, Chairman of the Centre for Competitiveness (Ireland)

The EFQM Business Excellence ceremony is a prestigious event that recognises the achievements of some of Ireland’s best-managed organisations.

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Long term strategy is vital for Northern Ireland

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Long term strategy is vital for Northern Ireland

Quarterly newsletter, Q2, 2015

Sponsored by Bombardier and RYOBI Aluminium Casting (UK)

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Advanced Manufacturing Networking Meeting at University Of Ulster Magee Campus

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Representatives from over 30 firms attended the Centre for Competitiveness Advanced Manufacturing Technology seminar with Ulster University Magee Campus, Londonderry on Tuesday the 14th April 2015. 

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The GFCC Buzz

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The GFCC Buzz 
[The Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils]

The Global Innovation Summit and 2014 Annual Meeting of the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils (GFCC) is less than a week away! Register today to join us for this exciting event in Banff, Alberta, Canada from December 11-13, 2014.

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Breakfast Briefing & Workshop: The Next Manfacturing Revolution

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This breakfast briefing and follow-on workshop are based on research and a range of case studies examples around the UK by Professor Steve Evans (University of Cambridge Institute of Manufacturing), Simon Brown (2 degrees), Nick Pennell and Dr Greg Lavery (Lavery Pennell). It addresses Non-Labour Resource Productivity and its potential for UK manufacturing.

Click here for further details.

 

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