Or inclusive event celebrating International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) saw a variety of high profile speakers who each gave food for thought on how diverse diversity is and how inclusion need to include everyone
Northumbrian Water’s Innovation Festival is taking place between the 14-17 September. It promises four full days of festival goodness will be squeezed through your fibre connections and Wi-Fi boxes and straight to your laptops, tablets and phones.
This outlines our great project involving several groups and role models going into schools in each of the five Tees Valley Boroughs. We also had an informal diversity get together to make best use of Monira’s travel from Portsmouth as our presentation shows.
Unfortunately given the current climate we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Great Exhibition of the Tees Valley (GETV).
When we plan this, hopefully for late 2020 or 2021 start, GETV will help raise national and international proﬁle of the Tees Valley in a positive way for the beneﬁt of the whole community.
The public events and activities across all five Boroughs that celebrate all that’s new and inspiring in the Tees Valley area across industry, innovation, science, design and technology.
GETV will be built upon each year leading up to 2025 which marks the 200th year of the Stockton to Darlington Railway.In the meantime ideas and offers of support are most welcome, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Huge congratulations to Jo Douglas-Harris who has been shortlisted for this prestigious regional award. We know how inspiring Jo is and glad others have also recognised it. Jo continues to lead our campaign to continue to be inclusive as an industry as we know this is the way to grow ideas.