Great feedback and quotes from those who attended last night’s launch event.
“Buy-in from key players tonight and a tremendous positive vibe.” – Paul Ingram, RSA / ingrampix
“I feel last night was the start of something special in Tees Valley.” – Moira Shaftoe, Engineering UK
“I really enjoyed it, and feedback from others is that it was a great launch and the idea of bringing like minds together has been a long time coming.” – Jacqueline Dixon-Dale, RSA / WSP
“Proud to be part of it” – Bowman Bradley, IMechE
“I thought it was a great success. The ‘animated chatter’ in the background of Graham Robb’s video really demonstrates how engaged everyone was” – Andy Price, RSA
“The good quality speeches where from the heart, what makes it interesting is the unique number of groups brought together” – Graham Robb PR Recognition
“I really enjoyed it. Good publicity and well attended by a great range of institutions and keynote speakers. It was good to meet so many old friends evidencing the ongoing collaborations, together with new ones catalysing new potential initiatives. I wholeheartedly endorse Engineering Together.” – Barry Walmsley, Teesside University, ICE NE Regional Chair.
A new organisation made up from Engineering Institutions and Organisations with local members from within the Tees Valley was officially launched today at an event at Ormesby Hall.
Encompassing links to a wide range of Professional Institutions including the Civil, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering bodies as well as Engineering UK and the RSA the launch event had a wide-ranging audience with representation from the LEP, National Trust, RTC North and several industrial partners.
Plans for a Great Exhibition of Teesside were discussed by Chair Paula McMahon with attendees providing ideas and suggestions for the format and content of the proposed exhibition in 2020.