Monday, March 12, 2012

News: Connect with Rotherham gazelles


Connect Gazelles, the unique group providing ambitious entrepreneurs with top level mentoring from Yorkshire's leading entrepreneurs, is calling on two more Rotherham entrepreneurs to share their experiences.

A free to attend event called "Starting Out, Stepping Out, Selling Out" takes place in Sheffield on March 14. The panel includes Mike Maddock of Rotherham-based Performance Engineered Solutions, Simon Stokes of Rotherham-based Assured Fire and Security plus Mike Blundell, the founder of Sheffield's Blundells Estate Agency.

Performance Engineered Solutions (PES) Ltd, based on the Advanced Manufacturing Park, grew out Bromley Technologies Ltd and specialises in enhancing the performance of components, products and systems by delivering integrated engineering thinking alongside innovative design, materials, manufacturing and testing technologies.

They have worked on a wide range of projects featuring aerospace components, the aerodynamic and composite design for a new Moto2 racing bike, composite parts for a super lightweight, high performance road car, R&D projects in the automotive tyre sector, and the management of a major international engineering project.

In 2010, Dinnington-based Assured Fire and Security set out a long-term plan that aims to make the company the UK's biggest and best independent national fire and security company within the next five years.

At the heart of the expansion will be a series of nationwide acquisitions that will place Assured firmly at the heart of the fire and security industry.

And at the same time, the company will continue to develop its expanding network of contracts both nationally and internationally.

Previous events have heard from Chris Rea OBE, founder and managing director Rotherham-based AESSEAL, and Julie Kenny CBE DL, chairman and founding member of Rotherham-based, Pyronix.

PES website
Assured Fire and Security website
Connect Gazelles website



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