GREATER NORWICH MANUFACTURING GROUP

The Greater Norwich Manufacturing Group was established in 2016 by a consortium of liked-minded organisations who are committed to see best practice, business collaboration & economic development prosper locally.

Mission: “The Greater Norwich Manufacturing Group draws on the rich experiences of local Sector businesses in order to enhance regional productivity & development opportunities.”

THE GNMG TEAM

Stephen Scowen

Stephen Scowen

Group Coordinator

Stephen is Economic Development Manager at Broadland District Council where he is responsible for contributing to the delivery of an ambitious growth agenda. Stephen is responsible for co-founding GNMG which launched in 2016 and has been responsible for managing the Group’s activities and membership since then.

Joanne Kerrison

Joanne Kerrison

Business Engagement Coordinator

 Having worked for many years in the Packaging industry Jo has a good understanding of some of the challenges facing the manufacturing sector.  More recently Jo has worked for Broadland District Council using her previous skills to support Business Start-ups and growth.  Jo is responsible for promoting group membership and organising events.

Mark Davy

Mark Davy

Chairman

Meet Our Members

The Greater Norwich Manufacturing Group has a wide range of members from successful businesses across the Manufacturing sector. To find out More about our members, please click the button below to see our members directory. 

PREVIOUS MEET-UPS

University of East Anglia: 31st July 2018

The Greater Norwich Manufacturing Group, the largest of the groups coordinated by NAAME, continued into the University of East Anglia in July 2018, as it discussed with businesses, public bodies and academics the strategy recently published by NAAME.

The attendees were able to voice their views on the challenges they were experiencing and how NAAME and Hethel Innovation could action them.

Featured in this session were a number of talks, including Fiona Lettice of the UEA introducing their bid for the Institute of Productivity, Will Taitt of Hethel Innovation providing an introduction to Lean Thinking, and Cassandra Andrews discussing worker wellbeing.

Following the theme of productivity, the Productivity Journey was announced; the new annual Conference which took place in September at the UEA. 

Thyngs: 19th November 2018

The Q4 meeting for the Greater Norwich Manufacturing Group saw a shifting focus toward innovation, and more notably, digital innovation.

The meeting, which was attended by 45 individuals representing manufacturers and engineers of all sectors, saw presentations given by pioneering businesses in the region showcasing how they have embraced digitisation and digitalisation to impact innovation.

The speakers included Richard Seager of Thurne Middleby slicing machine specialists, Ben Sturgess of smart asset tracking providers Pathfindr and Alan Sumption of KLM Engineering, the multi-national aircraft maintenance business.

A fascinating insight into how regional buisnesses are embracing digital capabilities and actively impacting innovation within the region.

If you wish to find out more, or join this group, please contact GNMG@NAAME.net