“BDO has been involved in the Review since its launch in 2015. It’s great to see how the Review has developed over the last 24 months. It covers a wide range of sectors and is a fantastic reflection of all the fascinating things going on in the manufacturing sector. Being a sponsor has provided BDO with the opportunity to demonstrate our focus on the manufacturing sector through the content in the Review. In addition to this we have been able to meet businesses through the dinners and these have generated strong opportunities for the teams to follow up on. Feedback on the Review has been positive again this year, with many of our clients requesting additional copies. It’s a must read for anyone working in or interested in the manufacturing sector.”

Tom Lawton

Head of manufacturing, BDO LLP

“Following on from the success of the inaugural publication of the UK Manufacturing Review in 2015, I was eagerly awaiting this year’s finger on the pulse health check of one of our economy’s leading contributors to national wealth. UKMR 2016 exceeded my expectations. Publication of this book annually is set to become one of the key end-of-year happeninings in the manufacturing sector’s calendar. So what is it that makes the publication so valuable? In one word: breadth.”

Dr Tim Fox

IMechE food and drink committee

“As a leading provider of legal advice to SME manufacturers we are a proud sponsor of the UK Manufacturing Review and have been providing content for the past 3 years. The publication’s wider content is provided by other leaders in their field and it is this, coupled with the in-depth analysis of sectors, regions and emerging technologies, that gives UKMR a permanent place in our clients’ boardrooms.”
Neil Lloyd

Sales Director, FBC Manby Bowdler

“We’re delighted to be a sponsor of the UK Manufacturing Review 16 17. Thanks to the Stirling Media team for pulling together such a resourceful guide from multiple sources and viewpoints. The review will help the manufacturing industry manage change, embrace new technologies, and achieve more. We’re honoured to play a part in helping the industry solve problems with the use of technology. The round table debates have presented Infor with a unique opportunity to engage with business leaders and make new connections, whilst learning about their upcoming challenges in a social setting.

Copies of the review will feature at our 2017 UK events, in our offices and at customer’s sites.”

Jen Harley

Marketing Manager, Infor

“I didn’t think Will and the team could achieve an even more comprehensive publication than the first UK Manufacturing Review, but they have.

“It’s a book we keep in the office all year and regularly revert back to for information on specific sectors and emerging technologies.”

Tony Hague

Managing Director, PP Electrical Systems

“The Review manages to provide an appropriate sense of the enormous and growing breadth of modern British manufacturing, whilst at the same time having space for a series of ‘deepdives’ into topics of contemporary relevance. I equally enjoyed reading about sectors I’m intimately familiar with – aerospace – while at the same time learning about those completely new to me, for instance British watchmaking.”

Andrew Churchill

MD, JJ Churchill

“Sandvik Coromant is delighted to support the 2016 UK Manufacturing Review. This high quality, impressive, annual publication addresses the current challenges that UK and global manufacturing companies are facing. It is an outstanding way to reach out to influential industry decision makers.”
Björn Roodzant

Vice President, Marketing and Communication, Sandvik Coromant

“Sandvik Coromant has been a proud sponsor of the UK Manufacturing Review since 2016. The review reaches a large number of readers which allows us to strengthen and deepen our connections in the machining community. Maintaining its broad manufacturing theme allows us discuss what people are passionate about. From product innovations to training, education and attracting young talent.”
Kim Olander

Marketing Manager - UK, Ireland & South Africa, Sandvik Coromant