Christopher Nieper was interviewed about the result of the EU Referendum on BBC Radio Derby’s drive time show with Aleena Naylor on 24 June. The interview can be heard below.
Christopher Nieper participated in a panel discussion with Evan Davies on Radio 4’s The Bottom Line, about the EU referendum and the impact of a ‘Brexit’ on UK trade.
Radio 4 Analysis interviews staff in the David Nieper sewing school and MD Christopher Nieper about what happens when institutions lose their memory, and the company’s policy of encouraging older workers to pass on valuable expertise through phased retirement and mentoring.
The interviews are at the following points in the programme:
- From the start of the program up to 1.38 mins
- From 10.28 mins up to 14.15 mins
- From 26.30 mins up to the end at 27 mins
David Nieper is the first local company in Derbyshire to sponsor an Academy school. Christopher Nieper was interviewed on Ian Skye’s BBC Radio Derby programme about the company’s sponsorship to to renovate Alfreton Grange Arts College, which has been in special measures since 2013 and was granted Academy status in March.
Christopher Nieper gave his comments to Radio 5 Live’s ‘Wake up to Money’ programme on 27th May on what businesses would like to see included in the upcoming Queen’s Speech – issues such as government support for UK manufacturing, childcare provision, apprenticeships and engagement with schools.
In the run-up to the 2015 general election, Christopher Nieper was interviewed on Radio 5 Live’s Wake Up to Money programme following the leaders’ live TV debate on 2 April 2015. He gave his views as a business owner on how what the seven party leader’s said may affect companies.
Hear the interview here:
Christopher Nieper was interviewed on Ian Skye’s BBC Radio Derby programme, speaking about designing fashion for women over 50.
You can listen to the interview here:
Christopher Nieper was interviewed on BBC Radio Derby’s Rob Watts show about his recent lifetime achievement award for commitment To ‘Made In Britain’ manufacturing and how David Nieper have been supporting and promoting the use of local skills for over 50 years.
You can listen to the interview in two parts:
Lifetime achievement award for services to British fashion and home shopping
Why manufacture in Britain and not offshore
How to skill the next generation for the future
Starting a new knitwear and printing business – creating new jobs
Britain’s European membership and its impact on jobs.
David Nieper has secured a £245,000 grant through the Derby Enterprise Growth Fund which will form part of a £1.75 million investment funding the creation of a brand new in-house catalogue production and printing works.