June 24, 2020
Scaling for Growth Workshop
Sponsor: Bank of Ireland
This Scaling for Growth with Bank of Ireland workshop will support businesses in getting back into the workplace with hands on shared experiences, peer learning and practical guidelines.
The interactive, online workshop will host speakers from Ryobi and CBRE, who will share their experiences of exiting lock-down by creating a safe place to work for staff within both manufacturing and office environments. Both speakers will share their own experiences of returning to the workplace, including implementing safety measures within factories and offices, communicating with staff and stakeholders and they will also share their learnings and best practice when bringing staff back to work.
This workshop will provide the opportunity for attendees to access the experience of the company speakers, ask questions, learn and connect with other businesses experiencing similar challenges and leave with practical takeaways for implementation within their own business.
The session will be open to a small number of companies to allow for active participation and interaction between speakers and participants. Priority will be given to SMEs who would benefit most from the content.
David Watson, Managing Director, Ryobi Aluminium Casting
David joined Ryobi Aluminium Casting (UK) Ltd in 2006, with prior senior Operational and Executive experience from positions held in General Motors, Takata European Components Corporation, Magna-Donnelly and Wright Bus. He is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering & Technology and a Fellow of the Institute of Cast Metal Engineers. He is also a Board Member of the Centre for Competitiveness and a member of the Council of the NI Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Ryobi Aluminium Casting started production in Carrickfergus in 1990 to supply precision high pressure die cast components to Ford in Europe. From modest beginnings the plant has now expanded to supply most of the major car producers including Jaguar Landrover, VW, Audi, Skoda, Peugeot, Citroen and Magna, with customers in Japan and Europe, USA, China and Mexico.
Andrew Coggins, Director, CBRE
Andrew Coggins is the Director of Capital Markets in CBRE’s Belfast office. CBRE is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, with 2019 revenues of $23.9 billion and more than 100,000 employees. It provides a range of integrated services, including transaction and project management; property management and investment management.
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