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Women in Business lunch (17th September 2014)

A leading employment politician in Europe has told businesswomen in Coventry and Warwickshire that they can make a huge difference to women in business by not making a big deal of their gender as employers. West Midlands MEP Anthea McIntyre, who is the employment spokesman for the Conservatives in the European Parliament, was speaking at the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce’s latest Business is Good for Women event. Anthea, a former winner of the European Woman of Achievement Award for Business, said that women employers should lead by example and showcase...


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Breakfast for Nuneaton Businesses (15th September 2014)

Nuneaton's business community turned out for breakfast on Friday to meet Anthea McIntyre MEP Marcus Jones MP and discuss how the EU can contribute to creating a hospitable environment for businesses to grow and create jobs. The meeting took place at Nuneaton Golf club and was attended by business people from a variety of sectors. Miss McIntyre, who is the Conservative Employment Spokesman in Europe, said: "EU growth plans and Parliamentary edicts don’t create jobs – businesses do. However Parliaments can help to create a climate that encourages the establishment and...


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GRC Ltd welcomes West Midlands MEP to Hereford (5th September 2014)

Hereford based Global RadioData Communication Ltd last week hosted a visit to its headquarters by Anthea McIntyre, MEP for the West Midlands.   Miss McIntyre visited the company to learn more about important contracts recently secured and to see demonstrations of the innovative mission critical communication solutions developed by GRC. She also toured the office, where she was introduced to staff members and directors. GRC has won a number of important contracts that assist with both the military and aid effort in the Middle East this year. It has also launched its...


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MEP call to help UK fruit and vegetable growers (28th July 2014)

West Midlands MEP, Anthea McIntyre, has called on the EU to give more support to UK fruit and vegetable growers by making Producer Organisations more attractive to join. Miss McIntyre was speaking after the Commission presented its report "on the implementation of the provisions concerning producer organisations, operational funds and operational programmes in the fruit and vegetables sector since the 2007 reform". Producer Organisations (POs) became the cornerstone of the EU regime for the fruit and vegetables sector in the 1996 reform. The regime provides POs with financial assistance and helps growers...


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MEP signs pledge to Back British Farming (25th July 2014)

Last week Herefordshire MEP Anthea McIntyre was among a number of Conservative MEPs who put their names to a charter pledging support for British farming. Miss McIntyre is thrilled to have been re-elected to the European Parliament and subsequently re-allocated a seat on the Agriculture Committee in Brussels, where she has served for the last two and a half years. Understanding and valuing the importance of farming in the West Midlands, Miss McIntyre was happy to sign the five-point pledge committing support for UK agriculture and backing British growers in producing...


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