Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster currently has a number of active Sector Groups and there are plans for at more to reflect its growing and changing membership. The BECBC Sector Groups are for members only and provide an invaluable forum for businesses to meet others in their industry, to find out about trends and opportunities and to share information and knowledge with potential partners, clients and suppliers.
MMI Engineering (MMI) is a Division of Geosyntec Consultants - a leading consulting and engineering family of companies with over 1,200 practitioners that operates globally, with focus on North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster meetings are held every month and are a great opportunity to meet other members. Other BECBC events include monthly training workshops, the BECBC Business Awards and other networking events, as well as specialist Sector Group meetings.
We are in uncertain times as the UK government continues to try and secure a consensus on Brexit withdrawal legislation whether with or without formal agreement with the EU. BECBC's workshop will highlight some possible implications and how the different Brexit scenarios may affect your business.
Business School Engagement Events enable students to gain a better understanding of the world of work as well as meet local employers who are members of the cluster. The Charity Page signposts you to some local organisations.
Money Keeps Coming in… and going out – Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund
David Ramshaw today presented a cheque for £8,000 to the Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund – being the proceeds of sales of his book of flood photographs of Keswick and Workington. David’s earlier book of Cockermouth photo’s raised £4,000 for the appeal.
Cumbria Flood Fund Announces Final Date for Travel Related Claims
People seeking support from the Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund in connection with additional travel costs caused by closure of the Workington bridges have until Friday 7th May 2010 to apply for assistance. After that date the Appeal will no longer consider travel related applications.