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RS Components partners with TE Connectivity to launch TE Learning Centre on DesignSpark

RS Components (RS)has partnered with TE Connectivity to launch the TE Learning Centre on DesignSpark, the global platform and community for design engineers. The courses will enable designers and engineers to obtain a fast overview of many advanced products, technologies and solutions. Available at www.rs-online.com/designspark/te-learning-centre, the TE Learning Centre provides easy …

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RS Components’ support for Young Enterprise expanded after two decades of involvement

RS Components (RS) has expanded its support for the 2019 Young Enterprise initiative. RS, which has been involved with the programme for almost 20 years, hosted a week-long workshop at both its Corby head offices and the RS Local branch in Watford. These workshops provided a great opportunity to inspire local talented …

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RS Components releases impact report highlighting success of STEM education strategy

RS Components (RS) has released a report highlighting the impact of its STEM education strategy, which was launched in December 2017 to raise awareness and demonstrate the company’s commitment to inspiring the next generation of engineers.  The STEM Education Impact Report 2018 covers the numerous activities RS has initiated and engaged with, resulting …

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RS Components achieves Phoenix Contact award for their outstanding performance in 2018

RS Components has been named as Phoenix Contact’s UK distribution partner of the year for Device Connections (DC) for exceptional sales growth and targeted marketing activities based around new product introductions throughout 2018. Jacquie Moylan-Emery, Commercial Supplier Manager from RS, said “We are truly delighted to receive this award – this …

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DesignSpark engineering community surpasses 750,000 members

RS Components (RS) has announced that its DesignSpark online engineering community has grown to more than 750,000 members. DesignSpark was launched in 2010 to provide design engineers and students around the globe with free tools, resources and content to help them to remove barriers, save time and turn their ideas …

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RS Components issues deadline reminder for EW BrightSparks 2019 nominations and highlights achievements of past winners

RS Components (RS) has put out a final call for entries to EW BrightSparks 2019, an initiative that searches for and highlights the brightest and most talented young engineers in the UK today. Open to nominees based in the UK and aged between 16 and 30, the closing date for …

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RS Components set to launch second comedy podcast series

RS Components (RS) has started production of its second comedy podcast series following the 5-star rating of its popular History Makers series, released last year. With a brand new title for 2019, to reflect its originator, The DesignSpark Podcast will feature a cocktail of fun facts, exuberant stand-up, outlandish sketches …

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RS Components joins ‘The 5% Club’ and further increases its commitment to ‘earn and learn’ programmes

RS Components (RS) today announced its membership of ‘The 5% Club’, an important initiative in which employer members aspire to achieve five per cent of their workforce in ‘earn and learn’ positions. Such positions include apprenticeships, sponsored students and graduates on formalised training schemes, with the target of five per …

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RS Components unveils critical research findings on key challenges for MRO procurement professionals globally

RS Components (RS) has launched a White Paper report offering insight and analysis following research to explore the state of play for current and future MRO procurement globally. The survey, conducted among 851 procurement professionals – all members of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply – covers the opportunities and pressures procurement …

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RS partners Guinness World Record attempt challenge

RS Components (RS) was the partner for a challenge that saw 600 primary school children from across the UK submit inventions for a Guinness World Record attempt. The challenge was to combine the highest number of children’s ideas to make a Rube Goldberg machine: a machine designed to carry out a simple task …

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