WiN Global Youth Generation: Chapter An Interview with Andrea Bachrata

THE INTERVIEW WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN THE WiN GLOBAL MARCH NEWSLETTER. You have such an impressive background, including some of your research work being recognized by the L’Oréal UNESCO Women in Science back in 2011. What motivated you to choose this area of specialisation? On my motivation: My father, who studied nuclear, encouraged me to…

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Insights into New Nuclear in the UK

In collaboration with World Energy TV, Thomas Thor presents the topic of Nuclear New Build in the UK for the first time in a podcast. Three experts in their fields give us a complete picture of the impact of New Nuclear in the UK. First, Julia Pyke, Director for Financing for EDF Energy talks about…

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Inspira: Making a difference to people’s life through mentoring!

After spending the majority of her career recruiting on behalf of organisations across Cumbria, developing her expertise in proactive sales skills, in depth knowledge of various sectors and extensive knowledge of Cumbrian businesses, Vicky Ritson moved into careers support for young people across the county, initially via apprenticeship recruitment and now brokering relationships between local…

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Monica Mwanje: Seeking Continual Improvement

photo by: https://thewordpoint.com/ When I participate in bids, I know I am helping my clients grow their business. Choosing to participate in a bid is often a crucial point for companies. Bids are more and more complex, technical; and require careful strategy and management. But they also are a way to secure new business. What…

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Anthony Prod’homme – EFINOR UK

Anthony Prod’homme, you have been Managing Director for EFINOR UK for almost a year. Can we talk about EFINOR’s success story in the UK? For the moment, it is going well, and we chose the right options to position ourselves, but let’s wait at least two or three years to use these terms.   How…

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Building Bridges Between China and UK Nuclear Industries

From Liaoning Province, China to Manchester, UK I was born and studied in Liaoning province, China, a heavy industry region. After a degree in Electrical Engineering, I chose to go to study in Manchester on a full scholarship. Manchester for me is the birthplace of the industrial revolution hence of engineering and also very much…

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Three steps to becoming an entrepreneur

1st Step: I’ve been in the nuclear industry for 14 years and went straight from university to being part of a graduate program for Sellafield. As a chemical engineer, I worked on design and engineering projects for a number of companies, gradually getting into the nuclear supply chain. 2nd Step: I moved from being strictly…

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