I am actively working with AstraZeneca to support its future ambitions for its Macclesfield site. We need to support our vibrant life sciences sector and vital small businesses to create more local jobs.
At a recent breakfast meeting of the Silk Chapter of BNI (Business Network International), David spoke with group members to find out more about how they are working together to help their small businesses grow, as they seek to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Local MP, David Rutley, is actively working with the Macclesfield Jobcentre Plus team to help bolster the drive to recruit people to fill vacancies in key sectors, including those in local hospitality businesses.
Following a visit in April by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, local MP, David Rutley, joined the Macclesfield AstraZeneca team to mark the completion of the construction phase of a new multi-million pound advanced medicine manufacturing facility.
Revitalising Macclesfield town centre was a key priority at a meeting with local MP, David Rutley, and Mark Osborne, Regional Growth Manager at Avanti West Coast in the offices of North Cheshire Chamber of Commerce, in Macclesfield.
Macclesfield College is launching a campaign to help businesses bounce back from the impact of the pandemic by utilising the extended government incentive of up to £4,000 to recruit an apprentice and build capacity for recovery.
Delighted the Prime Minister visited AstraZeneca's Macclesfield campus to highlight the company's £380 million investment in the site. It's a real boost to manufacturing and the highly skilled team on the site, and a real vote of confidence in the local economy.
Building on the achievements of the CheshireWorks4U digital jobs fairs over the last year, Macclesfield’s MP, David Rutley, is now actively supporting the ambitious NorthWestWorks4U event planned for early April to help better connect job seekers with available employment opportunities in our are