Indeglas MD one of 130 Role Models at UKCW 2018
- Blueprint Media
UK Construction Week (UKCW) 2018 will see the launch of its Role Models campaign and Indeglas MD Jeanette MacIntyre will be among 130 construction professionals supporting it.
The Role Models campaign is aimed to showcase successful and diverse construction-related professionals - architects, engineers, planners, builders and the like – to inspire the next generation in the construction sector.
The event is being held in Birmingham’s NEC on 9-11 October. Jeanette will join the 129 other Role Models in presentation slots and career guidance talks.
The full list of Role Models can be found here:
More details will be revealed closer to the event date so keep an eye out for updates on our social media platforms.
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