Women Mean Business

Guest Blog, Sarah Gyde, Marketing Director

I spent an inspiring day in London last week at the Telegraph’s Women Mean Business conference, listening to the likes of Mary Portas, Clare Balding and Minister for Women and Equalities Penny Mordaunt talking about the challenges and opportunities facing women in the workplace, as well as the huge contribution that all of us can make.  Continue reading…


Cautious but optimistic

Blog, Richard Gyde, Managing Director

If you read Glass & Glazing Products in October or Glass News in November, you’ll see that Mila has quite a lot to say about Brexit.

While there is still no deal secured, we think it’s prudent to be cautious but still optimistic, and that’s very much the message we’re putting out to customers.

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G-Awards time again!

Blog, Richard Gyde, Managing Director

The nominations for this year’s G-Awards were revealed last week and it was fantastic to see Mila shortlisted in the Component Supplier of the Year category once again.

We’re the current holders of that title and we’ll certainly be battling hard to win a G-18 trophy to sit alongside our G-17 one. Continue reading…


Cycling for a Cure

Blog, Richard Gyde, Managing Director

Regular readers of the blog will be used to me getting on my bike for charity. Up until now, most of my epic rides have been in aid of the Hope House Children’s Hospices which are supported by the industry’s GM Fundraising charity.

Over the years I’ve probably helped to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for them, thanks entirely to the generous support of customers, colleagues and suppliers. Continue reading…


The countdown is on…

Blog, Richard Gyde, Managing Director

The countdown is clearly on for next year’s FIT Show. The marketing campaign around the ‘Be A Part of FIT’ theme has already started in the press and online, and I noticed that visitor registration has even opened already (that one might be a bit early maybe!)

Mila didn’t exhibit at the last FIT Show in 2017 because the timing didn’t quite fit with our product development cycle, but many of us Continue reading…