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Sylatech joins Sharing in Growth programme

Sylatech, a precision engineering business based in Yorkshire, has been accepted as a beneficiary of the Sharing in Growth aerospace transformation programme.

The scheme will provide Sylatech with an intense and comprehensive programme of training, coaching and development, tailored to its specific needs, and drive Sylatech towards world class operational and business performance. The programme will provide £700,000 of funded support and will be delivered over a 27-month period.

The Sylatech team will work alongside Sharing in Growth’s specialist coaches, as they share their industry expertise across a number of disciplines, including leadership, strategy, culture, lean manufacturing and business development.

Sylatech is to drive transformational growth with £700,000 of funded support with the Sharing in Growth programme / Picture: Sylatech


Charlie Breese, Sylatech’s managing director, said: “The team at Sylatech are absolutely delighted to become a beneficiary of the Sharing in Growth programme and become part of its wider business community. In very difficult circumstances, we have undertaken an intensive diagnostic exercise to demonstrate our suitability for the programme, which has given us a clear insight into the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

“The aerospace sector has been significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and unfortunately, we have experienced some pain, as this sector forms a large part of our customer base. With the support and commitment of Sharing in Growth’s expertise, we are very confident that we will quickly re-grow our business and create something of which we can all be very proud, for the years ahead.”

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