Our Finest Hour: The Secrets Behind 40+ Years as a Successful MD

By Made In Group
schedule7th Apr 23

This week, Made in Group released the third episode of a new podcast series which celebrates resilience, share business and life lessons, and highlight the UK's impressive history of stoicism and innovation, by speaking with key members within British industry.

In this inspirational podcast episode, Dr Roy Taylor of Malthouse Engineering shares his incredible journey as a Managing Director for over 40 years.

Based in Oldbury, Malthouse Engineering was established in 1947 and is industry renowned for providing the best possible steel profiling (Flame cutting) service in the UK.

Made in Group is an advocate for championing British Industry, campaigning to shine a light on this fantastic sector, whilst connecting businesses, sharing knowledge, and helping companies reach their full potential.

By watching "Our Finest Hour," you will hear directly from some of the best and brightest in British Industry. From entrepreneurs to innovators, there’ll be a wide array of guests who will inspire and educate you as a business leader within UK manufacturing.

Interviews are from a mix of Midlands and Yorkshire companies with the majority filmed at the Made in Group studio in Wolverhampton. For members who want to join a live audience and also participate in mini networking and lunch, you can visit either www.madeinthemidlands.com/login or www.madeinyorkshire.com/login and register for these under the “Events'' section.

Having launched a few weeks ago, the first episode of this project had featured Queens Award winner Adam Bradley of Corrosion Resistant Materials, in which he revealed some secrets behind success in manufacturing and shared his wisdom on lessons learned in business and life.

New episodes are released on Fridays at 9am, on Our Finest Hour YouTube channel. Scroll below to watch the latest episode of Our Finest Hour.

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