The MTA offers a wide range of services to our members: Marketing, Grants for Training and Apprenticeships, Representation, Networking and Information. You can find out more about what we and our members have achieved together.
After holding the event in Birmingham for a number of years, we are delighted to announce the MTA Annual Dinner is returning to London in 2017 and booking is now open!
The dinner will take place at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge on Thursday 23rd March 2017 and be hosted by Alexander Armstrong.
The MTA are currently reviewing our services to Members, as part of this we are looking at what we offer to Members interested in exporting.
You should have received an email at the start of the week from James Fudge. Thank you to those who have already replied, please those who haven’t to take 2 minutes to complete the below link, even if it’s to tell us you don’t export.
To say that British politics was thrown into a state of flux by the outcome of the referendum of 23rd June is something of an understatement. The last three weeks have been the most tumultuous in British Politics for at least a generation and although the turmoil is calming slightly with the appointment of a new Prime Minister there is no sense of an ending to the upheavals yet – this article has been rewritten about twelve times this week…
Here at the MTA we’re are committed to promoting British Manufacturing abroad and attend many trade shows across the globe to do just that.
We have some exciting opportunities coming up in the next few months which might be of interest to members wishing to expand into foreign markets. The MTA work closely with UKTI to provide access to funding for UK companies wishing to export around the world.
The June edition of the MTA Business Survey will be published on Monday, but there is still time to let us have your data using the on-line form at http://www.mta.org.uk/mta-business-survey-jun16 as we aim to maximise the response to this survey.
Do you have long-term contracts, either with customers or suppliers? Have you thought about incorporating something in the contract that allows you to adjust the price according to changes in input costs?
The June edition of the MTA Business Survey will be out later today; as well as being one of our slightly longer quarterly surveys, it includes a couple of special questions to gather views about the important priorities for the UK Government in the Brexit negotiations and the actions that companies are likely to have to take in reaction to the Referendum result. We will also be running these special questions as a stand-alone survey to top-up the responses, but we would encourage you to...