Welcome to the first BECBC e-Newsletter
We’ve thought long and hard about adding to your inbox.
A new e-newsletter for BECBC members came up as an idea a couple of months ago – before our AGM and before the upheavals of a June general election announcement and Chapter 11 for Westinghouse.
We’re pretty sure that we can do something different by covering the background to key issues for the Business Cluster, by profiling figures in the organisation (and its partners) and by creating a communications channel that you can easily share with your colleagues. That’s the plan and we very much hope that it will add value to your BECBC membership.
And we’re only anticipating a roughly quarterly distribution so we won’t be adding too many emails to that inbox. Please share this information with your colleagues – we’re keen to spread the distribution among member companies and fuller versions of all the articles are on the BECBC website. And please let us know your feedback and comments.
Chair of BECBC (and Busiiness Development Director of Carr’s Engineering)
PS As we were finalising this first issue, I was a delegate at the PPP launch at Sellafield Ltd. This is going to be an important approach and will have implications throughout the nuclear decommissioning supply chain. My brief perspective is online – you can read it here.
- Newest face on the BECBC Board
Siân Beaty was elected to the BECBC Board (along with re-elections for Ivan Baldwin, Liz Bowe and Alison Johnston) at the April AGM. Find out more about her priorities and plans for her coming three-year term.
Find out more
- Three-way split for BECBC Business of the Year Award
At the workshop on 11 April, Sally Seed of Stoneleigh Communications explained the rationale and the criteria for the three Business of the Year Award categories – Micro, SME and Large. If you couldn't make it but you’re thinking of entering, here’s the gist.
- Online and on the radar
Andrew Armitage of A Digital presented a selection of website statistics at the AGM and gave members an insight into how others are using www.becbusinesscluster.co.uk. He encouraged members to make the most of the opportunities and explained how.
- Recent NIA discussions
John Grainger, BECBC Stakeholder Relations Manager, has been involved in recent meetings with representatives of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA). These are part of ongoing relationships and discussions but there’s an update on this part of his role online.
If you would like to receive future copies of the BECBC e-Newsletter, please contact Hazel Duhy, BECBC Admin Manager.