Plugging Midlands manufacturers into the fourth industrial revolution

Electric Vehicles
When the canal age came to Birmingham in the 18th century, there was no notion that one day in the future they would be seen as attractive places for leisure and to live. You have to be up very early or very late to be more than a couple of minutes' away from being overtaken by a runner or a cyclist, heading towards their own personal finishing line. Occasionally that runner is Nick Harrison, whose day job as a partner in KPMG's management consulting business heading up its industrial manufacturing team requires him to think abo... For the full story register now for free or login below...