Sponsor spotlight: BAE Systems and Two Zero Lancashire

This week, we turn our spotlight on BAE Systems and Two Zero Lancashire.

BAE Systems needs no introduction.

With sites at Warton, where it continues its involvement with the Typhoon, Hawk and new F-35 Lightning II and has a number of new future projects in the pipeline such as The Tempest, and Samlesbury, where it currently employs around 3,000 people involved in fuselage and component manufacture, BAE Systems is a major Lancashire employer and sits at the heart of the county’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing sectors.

It also recently opened the £15.6 million ASK Centre (Academy for Skills and Knowledge) where over 200 apprentices and graduates are trained in advanced engineering and manufacturing technology including robotics and clean room composites, as well as 3D printing and enhanced technologies.

You can learn more about BAE Systems here https://www.baesystems.com/en-uk/our-company

Two Zero Lancashire is a specialist business support service and exists to help equip scaleup business leaders with the tools and skills they need to grow their business 20% year on year.

It was founded in 2020 by Lancashire County Council and has since fully supported 65 scaleup businesses. Over 96% of these businesses have grown 20% in revenue and employment.

Throughout the year it runs a series of funded programmes that help ambitious Lancashire business leaders develop their scaleup mindset and put their business on the path to high growth, playing a part in growing the Lancashire economy.

You can discover more at https://www.twozerolancs.com/

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