Thursday 22nd July 2021 The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group has secured £18.27 million in government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund (SIPF), to put the area firmly on the map as a global centre for advanced ceramics. Thousands of jobs are set to be created in the Midlands afterContinue reading “£18.27 Million Investment Puts Midlands Firmly on the Map for Advanced Ceramics”
4th May 2021 The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group Sector Report has developed a lot of interest across the Midlands and wider of the potential business and market opportunities that Advanced Ceramics holds for the region. This report was commissioned by the MICG in partnership with the Midlands Engine Economic Observatory. Its purpose is to raiseContinue reading “The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group Sector Report – In The News”
An invitation has been issued to members of the Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group to consider entering the Queen’s Award For Enterprise. David Gage MBE, Deputy Lieutenant for Staffordshire, is appealing to members to consider the awards programme to showcase the cutting-edge technology, excellence and innovation across their businesses. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise celebrate outstandingContinue reading “Call for Midlands Advanced Ceramics Businesses to Enter Queen’s Awards”
31st March 2021 MICG member Precision Ceramics offers a unique glass ceramic that can be machined. More details on page 20 and 21 of the Advanced Ceramics Sector Profile.
26th March 2021 Advanced Ceramics are well-placed to support international export opportunities. Find out more on pages 10 and 11 of the Advanced Ceramics Sector Profile.