Season’s greetings from our Chairman

Date posted: December 21, 2021
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Midlands Engine Chairman Sir John Peace shares his thoughts this festive season, on behalf of our partnership.

“On behalf of the Midlands Engine, I would like to send season’s greetings to you all and to thank you for your exceptional support for our partnership this year. It’s been a challenging year but we also have much to look forward to – so many successes and opportunities to build on in 2022 and beyond. And it’s all down to our partners’ shared passion for our wonderful region – your commitment to working in partnership for prosperity. Merry Christmas and I wish you all the best for the new year.”

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