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25th Jun, 2022

Webinar will help Worcestershire manufacturers to embrace digital technology

WORCESTERSHIRE County Council’s High Growth Programme, Elevate, has launched a dedicated programme to help Worcestershire manufacturers to improve their digital technology and automated manufacturing processes.

Digital technologies present a huge opportunity for all manufacturing businesses in Worcestershire.

The specialist support available through the Elevate Digital Technology and Automated Manufacturing (DTAM) programme will enable businesses to explore how digital technologies and techniques can be applied in day-to-day manufacturing operations.

Councillor Marc Bayliss, cabinet member with responsibility for economy and skills at Worcestershire County Council said: “The Digital Technology and Automated Manufacturing programme breakfast information session will give a good insight into how these businesses can access their bespoke programme.

“I am very excited to see how our local businesses make best use of the Elevate DTAM programme and look forward to hearing more about this session.”

To find out more about whether this might be something that would benefit your business they are hosting a Digital Breakfast on Tuesday 16th November 8-9am.

The breakfast will be hosted by the delivery partners of the programme on Zoom and past participants of the Elevate Programme will be on hand to discuss the barriers and challenges faced by Manufacturers and how the Elevate DTAM programme might be able to help.

There are15 hours of fully funded support up for grabs as well as the opportunity to apply for grants up to £15000 on completion of the programme.

Visit businesseventsworcestershire.com to book onto the webinar.

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