The LCR 4.0 Project is proud to introduce the newly appointed Marketing Officer, Emma Rhodes. Having worked in Marketing previously in Manchester, Emma is excited about her new role and involvement within the exciting project which launches on Wednesday 30th November 2016.

LCR 4.0 is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and enables SME businesses in the region to utilise the latest in digital technology to improve their processes. Emma’s main focus is the promotion of the LCR 4.0 project; supporting the partners in all aspects of branding and communications and ensuring enough potential companies are aware of the project and the possibilities it presents.

As such a large project across the Liverpool City Region, Emma will certainly have enough on her plate, organising events, marketing materials, press releases, editorials and of course, ensuring all partners successfully push the LCR4.0 through carefully and strategically planned methods and prove the benefits promised to the SME’s.

Emma moved to Liverpool five years ago and loves the city, local people, the energy and the fact there is always something exciting happening. This passion will help to push the unique benefits the North West can exclusively offer.

“I have been meeting with the fantastic team and working closely with Active Profile to ensure the LCR4.0 Project is being promoted well and as many local businesses are aware of what fantastic opportunities the project can bring.

It is very exciting to be part of the Next Industrial Revolution and I am very excited to see how the project develops, grows and the success brought to those engaging businesses!”

Emma is part of the team at the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) where she joined mid November and is responsible for overall marketing communications at the VEC also.

To speak with Emma or to ask about the LCR4.0 Project, contact: