Mo IsapFounder & CEO, IN4.0 Plc
Mo Isap is the co-chair of the Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership, and the Founder & CEO of IN4.0 Group, headquartered at Media City Salford, operating though joint venture partnerships with regional universities providing industrial digital technology training and nurturing technology talent into local high skilled employment.
Previously Mo was Group Director at Hobs Plc where he led Hobs Studio which in the space of 4 years established itself as one the UK’s leading provider of 3D printing, 3D scanning and AR / VR.
Mo scaled his company MPG to one of the largest independent digital print companies in the UK. acquired by Hobs Plc. Headquartered in Manchester city centre, the business was listed in the Financial Times 100 fastest growing UK companies.
Mo is also board director of the Career & Enterprise Company. Established in 2015 to help link schools and colleges to employers, in order to increase employer engagement for young people.
CEC have worked with Local Enterprise Partnerships to build a national network which now links 2,000 (over 50%) schools and colleges to employers and funded 150 programmes to provide high quality employer engagement activities to young people where they are most needed.
Mo leads on education and future skills for the GMLEP. He’s also a Board Director of the Careers and Enterprise Company.
Mo is also Trustee and Vice Chair of STAR Academies, a leading Multi Academy and Free Schools Trust, operating 30 Schools across the country.
Previously, Mo was Group Director at Hobs Plc, where he led Hobs Studio. In the space of four years, it established itself as one the UK’s leading providers of 3D printing, 3D scanning and AR/VR.
Mo was MD of MPG, which was acquired by Hobs Plc, a Digital Print and Document Management Company with headquarters in Manchester city centre. The business was listed in the Financial Times 100 fastest growing UK companies and grew to one of the largest independent digital print companies in the UK
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