Andrew Is in the Business of Getting the Message across; Andrew Mills, MD of Mills Media My Dream Job

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Andrew Is in the Business of Getting the Message across; Andrew Mills, MD of Mills Media My Dream Job


Byline: EMMA THOMPSON

DEALING with exhibitions, live events and business TV productions are just part of the job for managing director, Andrew Mills from Mills Media.

This family-run business started out over 100 years ago in 1876 as a photography firm and has since developed into a company at the forefront of media technology, becoming one of the leading North West creative production houses.

"My father asked me to join the team in 1986 to head up the video production side of the business, which had just been started. As portable video cameras and recorders were just coming on the market I thought this seemed like an interesting role, so I took up his offer," says Andrew.

"Mills Media now covers a wide range of creative services, including event management, conferences and live events, exhibition services, design, graphics, commercial photography, business television and video production. We work with both the public and private sector and were recently named a top 50 UK corporate producer for our business TV work."

As managing director, Andrew manages a team of 19 creative and technical staff and oversees client requirements for exhibitions, live events and conferences, as well as managing business TV productions and commercial photography.

Before he joined Mills Media, Andrew gained a BSc Hons Degree in Electrical Engineering Science and is also a full member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, he said: "When I left school, I originally wanted to be an electronics engineer as the silicon chip was just being rolled out and the birth of the PC was imminent.

"After I left Salford University, I joined United Glass as a project engineer working all over the UK. From there, I moved onto Delta Controls as senior project engineer, designing computer-based process control systems for the petrochemical industry. …

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