Having made its debut in 2016, the Midlands Beauty Expo returns on 11-12 September 2022. The show is an exciting hub for beauty and nail professionals looking to network and get inspired. The event is open to both professionals and the general public, with CPD seminars and an extra makeup stage. You can find out more about the show by following the links below. Read on to discover more about this event and how to make it your own.
CPD Seminar Programme
The ThinkTree Hub at the Coventry Building Society Arena will host the CPD Seminar Programme during the show. This year’s seminar program will feature top-notch talks, workshops, and demonstrations. The sessions are split into four main themes: Your Health, Your Mind, Understanding Cancer Care and Your Business After Covid. These seminars are a great opportunity to brush up on your knowledge and expand your skills.
SPATEX, the largest UK event for the beauty industry, has been attended by leading hot tub and swim spa specialists. Despite strong winds battering the region at the start of February, this year’s event was well received. The team is eager to build on the success of this year’s show, with verbal commitments from a number of exhibitors for stand space in the 21st edition.
Warpaint Extra Makeup Stage
The Warpaint Extra Makeup Stage at the Midlands Beauty Expo Coventry UK is one of the events that attendees can’t miss. This stage features the latest trends in make-up, as well as demos by top MUAs. The sessions range from editorial and creative to bridal, fashion, and body paint. Attendees don’t need to reserve a seat to attend the sessions.
There will be many opportunities to learn new skills and improve your own techniques. Make-up artists can take advantage of the Warpaint Extra Makeup Stage to master new techniques and experiment with the latest trends. Expert makeup artists will give demonstrations on commercial body art, airbrushing, and stencils. The event is a unique opportunity to network with the industry’s leading beauty professionals and take part in educational workshops and seminars.
Rolls-Royce engine overhaul plant near Ansty
A major engineering company is slashing 220 jobs at a jet engine site near Ansty, UK, as it looks to save money. The company said the move was due to reduced demand and is in talks with staff. Last month, Rolls-Royce announced plans to reduce its workforce due to cutbacks in the defense budget. The Ansty plant has played a significant role in several key defense contracts and is known for its production of engines for the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force Sea King helicopters.
The site has a rich history as the site of Britain’s first rocket and the first engine used in the British-built satellite. The site has been the site of many high-tech developments, including the production of Rolls-Royce engines and other aerospace parts. In 1971, the company installed the UK’s first rocket, while the company’s Industrial and Marine Gas Turbine division made rocket engines. Rolls-Royce’s large engine overhaul plant is located near Ansty. It makes car wheels at Whitmore Park.
Rolls-Royce engine overhaul plant in Ansty
The closure of the Rolls-Royce engine overhaul plant in Anthy, Midlands, is another sign of the recession’s toll on British manufacturing. The company is responsible for making a variety of aircraft engines and is looking to close its other engine overhaul sites in the UK. The company has been a major employer in the Midlands since 2008 when it opened its plant in Filton. In addition to the turbines and engines, the company also makes turbine blades and airfoils at its Renfrewshire plant.
Several hundred people will be laid off from the plant in the next few years. The company’s Ansty site produces fan cases for civil aero engines and employs a staff of more than 800. Other jobs will probably go to the company’s Bristol plant. This decision is a blow for the region’s economy and the economy. Nonetheless, the company’s plans for the region will undoubtedly affect jobs.