Yeoman Pressings knows MIM workshops work


After attending a Made in the Midlands workshop aimed at helping members use their online profile more effectively, and acting on the advice given, Yeoman Pressings certainly witnessed the benefits.   

The Wolverhampton based company had already recorded 2261 views on their profile by November since the profile went live in March of last year.  After attending a workshop in November, Graham Yeomans, Commercial and Technical Director of Yeoman’s Pressings, acted on the advice given in the workshop on how Made in the Midlands, alongside an active social media presence, can massively improve a company’s ability to publicise their profile.

Graham explained: “I acted on all I learnt at the MIM workshop about keywords, SEOs and LinkedIn, the next day.  Over the next two months the number of views on our profile rocketed to 3841.  That’s an increase of 1580 views in the space of two months, which is excellent proof that the workshops really do work and are well worth taking the time to attend.” 

Graham endeavors to continue utilizing the features of Made in the Midlands to their full advantage.  Graham added: “We will continue putting these things into practice.  When we have news it goes straight to Made in the Midlands.”  Membership offers the opportunity to upload unlimited news content to the homepage, which is shareable through social media and will remain online for the duration of membership.           

The monthly sessions include guidance on how to upload quality news content, message other members, use the resource section and how to integrate Made in the Midlands into a member’s existing site as well as be an opportunity to speak to other member companies. Member manufacturing and engineering companies from varying levels of the supply chain are welcome to attend.     

The workshops are held, on a monthly basis, at Made in the Midland’s Wolverhampton headquarters, Unit 7, Pendeford Place, Pendeford Business Park, Wolverhampton, WV9 5HA.  Breakfast and complimentary refreshments are served during the morning.  Workshops begin at 8:00am and aim to finish around 9:30am. 

For further information, and to register your attendance, please e-mail [email protected].  Alternatively, click through to the Made in the Midland’s event page and register there.

Yeoman Pressings is a well established pressings manufacturer who also offer modern CNC punch pressings techniques.  Their highly experienced team are dedicated to providing a quality assured service to their customers.