More Worcestershire Businesses Sign Up To Become County ChampionsPublished: Thursday, 1st August 2019
A further 15 businesses and organisations are excited to be signing up in support of a new initiative to promote Worcestershire following a series of events.
The Worcestershire 1000 is a network of companies, organisations and individuals working together to showcase the county locally, nationally and internationally. The events, organised by the Worcestershire 1000 team, were held at Heller Machine Tools in Redditch and at the Morgan Motor Company in Malvern.
A new approach to raising the profile of Worcestershire was launched at the end of last year by a partnership of private sector companies and public sector organisations from across the county who share the ambition to raise the profile of Worcestershire and to encourage more business investment into the county.
More than 200 businesses have signed up to become county champions and have joined the Worcestershire 1000. Many attended the events where they were given the opportunity to find out more.
Guests heard presentations from Heller’s Managing Director, Matthias Meyer, Chief Executive of the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership Gary Woodman and Richard Soper CBE who is the former CEO of Worcester Bosch.
Gary Woodman, CEO of the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership said: ‘It’s great to see that businesses from all corners of Worcestershire are signing up to the new brand, in order to help raise the profile of our fantastic county. The brand will continue to reflect the wide variety of opportunities that Worcestershire has to offer, and we hope to see many more people sign up following these events.’
Richard Soper, Former CEO of Worcester Bosch said: ‘Thank you to Heller and Morgan Motors for the use of their facilities and being able to illustrate manufacturing at its best in our County. Over the coming months we wish to do a further 10-15 events in the County, we would like to their premises again to illustrate business in operation to both existing members and to encourage new members of the Worcestershire 1000.’
To find out more about the Worcestershire 1000 go to www.oneworcestershire.com