I have recently been reminded of the phrase “strength in numbers”. More than three years ago, the team behind the New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE) set out to grapple with some of Herefordshire’s greatest challenges – how to
If demonstrable proof of high level support were needed for our project, we got it recently in spades at the University of Warwick. Senior engineers from Airbus, JCB, Heineken, Thales, National Instruments and, more locally, Cargill… Please click here to view
It is a while since our last newsletter, but rest assured behind the scenes the work goes on tirelessly to ensure that NMiTE becomes a reality.
You will see in a separate article that in July we held a highly … Please click here to view
In September, by kind permission of Mrs Monique Heijn, we hosted a garden party to raise awareness of the project among business and community leaders in Herefordshire.
The sun shone and 130 guests enjoyed delicious food produced by regimental … Please click here to view
We are delighted to announce that renowned academic Professor Sir Alan Wilson has joined the Board of Trustees of the Herefordshire Tertiary Education Trust. Sir Alan, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds was the first Director General for Higher … Please click here to view
NMiTE has joined forces with Nigel Griffiths, Head of John Kyrle High School and the Hereford Business Board (HBB) led by Frank Myers MBE to roll out a new initiative in Herefordshire. Whitecross, Aylestone, and John Masefield Schools have also … Please click here to view
Project Co-Leader Karen Usher was invited to join a distinguished panel at the 2015 Annual Conference of the National Council of Women which was held in Cheltenham.
Karen spoke of the difficulty in addressing gender equality without doing more harm … Please click here to view
Business networkers! Please help the university project unlock the economic potential of your county! We need members of the local business community to join forces with the team behind the New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE) and be a
It seems, now, that each time I sit down to write this regular column, I am able to reflect on a month of increasingly significant progress towards establishing the New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE). These are exciting times
Hereford is a city on the up; among the many changes taking place to stimulate its economy and to boost its attractiveness as a place to live and work, there’s the way we’re forging ahead to develop it as an