GM Business Connect Magazine is Manchester’s fastest growing business to business bi-monthly magazine that is available both in a print and electronic format going out to 15,000 e-mail subscribers. It covers many of the major business hubs across Greater Manchester, with an emphasis on B2B networking and bringing Manchester’s business community together. What’s more – it’s completely free.
Promoting your businesses
GM Business Connect has a print run of 5,000 distributed to over 250 outlets and 1,00 going out by Royal Mail to CEO’s Directors and decision makers. It is an eye-catching supplement sized magazine to over 40,000 business readers targeted throughout Greater Manchester.
The magazine is full of news, features and articles related to the region’s business community with regular business news and reviews, articles, there are regular in-depth features on a selection of successful Greater Manchester based businesses and organisations in each edition.
Distribution across the whole of Greater Manchester
GM Business Connect Magazine is the flagship publication of Business Connect Publishing Ltd.
Greater Manchester’s economy is robust, diverse and growing. With over 124,000 businesses, it is already a great place to live and work.
The Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership delivers growth, jobs and prosperity for Greater Manchester.
The GMLEP brings together the private and public sectors to support business growth, develop local skills and innovation, direct investment and reform public services.
They work in partnership with the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and a range of delivery bodies.
Greater Manchester Chamber is the largest accredited Chamber of Commerce in the UK, with over 4.500 members. The Chamber has a strong presence in Greater Manchester’s ten local regions helping its members grow their businesses through a range of services included in their membership package. Chamber membership gives businesses access to everything from local networking events, a huge range of award-winning international services to a unique venue at Elliot House with rooms for small private meetings up to major conferences available to hire at discounted rates. To find out more about these and all the other benefits Chamber membership could bring your business, call our membership team on 0161 393 4321.www.gmchamber.co.uk email@example.com
IN4.0 Group are an industry 4.0 training and recruitment services provider, based at UCLan and The Landing at MediaCityUK.
Our mission is to establish the North West as the UK’s place for pioneers in the fourth industrial revolution by supporting businesses to be early adopters of industrial digital technologies. We’ve formed a ground-breaking joint venture business with UCLan that focuses on using disruptive technologies to streamline manufacturing processes in order to increase revenue and efficiency. We want to help SMEs and start-up businesses who may not previously have considered – or had the opportunity to implement – industrial digital technologies to get into this space.
Manchester Digital works with the region’s most progressive digital and technology businesses to create the optimum environment for them to succeed. Independently funded through membership we represent the entire industry with a wide range of business types, models, sizes and capabilities making up our community.
We are the place for progressive businesses.
As the largest specialist trade body in the North, we use the power of our membership to take direct action to solve specific issues and barriers that impact the sector’s growth, we also provide a cohesive voice for the sector, ensuring that its views are represented at a local and national government level.
The North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (NW ROCU) provides specialist capabilities to tackle serious and organised crime that crosses borders in the region.
At the NW ROCU, we have a dedicated cybercrime team who work proactively and reactively on significant cybercrime investigations. The team work with other national and international partners to identify and prosecute cyber criminals who are active or impacting upon the North West.
The majority of cybercrimes can be prevented by taking basic security measures – so our teams also work hard to protect communities by engaging with businesses and communities, offering free training and advice to prevent them from being victimised. Similarly, the team works hard to identify and deter people at risk of becoming involved in cybercrime, so that their efforts can be channeled into positive opportunities that exist in the cyber security industry.
The team have four distinct functions; Protect, Prevent, Prepare and Pursue.
techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. Around 850 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 700,000 people, over half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses.