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EEF announces 'heroes of modern UK manufacturing' photographic competition

23 August 2011

The Engineering Employers' Federation (EEF) is on the hunt for today's 'heroes of modern UK manufacturing', depicted through a set of new images taken by professional and amateur photographers of all ages. The competition is free to enter and you could win up to £5000 in Canon photography equipment. But start taking those photographs now - entries close 31 October 2011.

The EEF Photography Competition aims to inspire a new public perception of a modern UK manufacturing industry by capturing its ingenuinity, creativity, technology and pride through inspiring photography. The competition is supported by government, and the winning photographs will be proudly displayed at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in Westminster and at our own offices across the UK.

The search is on for photographs of the people, products, processes and places of work that show UK manufacturing at its best, and there are three entry levels for professional, amateur and young (14-19 year old) photographers.

Enter yourself or invite your workforce to enter - it's a great way to involve them in championing manufacturing and inspiring young people and apprentices to see their future in our industry.

For more details, click here.

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