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Established in 1982 as a joint venture company owned by the University of Warwick, Coventry City Council, Warwickshire County Council and the West Midlands Enterprise Board, the park today operates across four impressive sites.
Ms Maxwell, who is a board member at Advantage West Midlands and the West Midlands Enterprise Board, joined the familyrun business Fracino in Birmingham, the UK's only manufacturer of espresso and cappuccino machines, in 1995.
YPECOE is one of three Centres of Expertise set up by the Advantage West Midlands enterprise board to encourage entrepreneurial activity among groups with potential to improve economic growth in the region.
Former chief executive of West Midlands Enterprise Board.
The event has been running since 2005 and is run regionally by the Advantage West Midlands Enterprise Board.
YPECOE works with the West Midlands Enterprise Board, connecting enterprise activity in schools, further and higher education, along with young entrepreneurs and community-based enterprises for young people.
The system follows consultation with businessesand has now been approved by both the West Midlands Enterprise Board and the Advantage West Midlands Board.
The Advantage West Midlands Enterprise Board needs a new chairman after the departure of industrialist Norman Price, who will be standing down after more than four years at the organisation.