The Phillips Screw Company was founded in 1935 to supply the American automotive industry with, what is now, the world-famous Phillips recess. Since its foundation, the Phillips Screw Company has prided itself on its commitment to innovation and quality.
A prestigious part of the University of Manchester, the Alliance Manchester Business School is the largest business and management school in the UK. With over 50,000 alumni in 169 countries, the school’s industry focus is widely respected, and its research power is ranked second in the nation.
Kier Group is one of the UK’s largest construction contractors, working in civil engineering, support services and property management, with a strong presence in the highways sector. They are responsible for high profile projects including maintaining Birmingham’s Spaghetti Junction.
Staffordshire Police are the territorial police force responsible for protecting the local communities of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent, covering an area of over 1000 square miles. In addition to law enforcement, Staffordshire Police run a number of public information and awareness campaigns through web and social media, aimed at reducing the instances of crime in the […]
As Europe’s leading range of antimicrobial additives, Addmaster’s award-winning Biomaster brand provides the very latest antimicrobial solutions for any plastic, textile, paper and coating application. Biomaster’s silver ion technology is effective against E. Coli, Salmonella and MRSA, and is included in a large number of high street products.
The BBC is Britain’s public service broadcasting corporation and the largest broadcaster in the world. From its headquarters in London and regional production centres, including Salford’s MediaCityUK development, the BBC produces award-winning television and radio content that is enjoyed globally.
Audi UK are the United Kingdom branch of Germany’s renowned luxury automobile manufacturer, and one of the country’s leading premium car designers, engineers and retailers. Their operations in the UK include over 120 showrooms and growing.
Midlands Air Ambulance is the charity responsible for funding and operating three air ambulances serving the communities of six Midlands counties: Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands.
Direct Air is a leading supplier of air compressors to industry since 1993, and are distributors for top brands including CompAir, Hydrovane, and Bambi.
The University of Wolverhampton is a large UK university based across four campuses in the West Midlands. Wolverhampton offers 500 courses and is ranked second in the UK for graduate employability, through its renowned connections to local, national and international businesses.