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Chairman Richard Threlfall, who is head of infrastructure at KPMG, said: "The ICE can draw on the vast expertise of its membership to inform the development of infrastructure priorities under the Northern Powerhouse initiative, and to ensure that its benefits are felt throughout the north.
And, have no doubt, this is a government that believes in the Northern Powerhouse.
The stark reality of how government currently operates was explained by James Wharton, a minister in the Department for Communities and Local Government whose responsibilities include the Northern Powerhouse.
The Northern Powerhouse is an opportunity to redress the North-South economic imbalance.
These figures show the Northern Powerhouse has a long way to go before people in the north feel the benefit of a stronger regional economy," said Luke Raikes, research fellow at IPPR North.
The successful Powerhouse members will be competing alongside their Team GB teammates on June 11 and 12, at The First International Dragon Boat Federation (IDBF) World Cup, in Fuzhou, China and from July 24-27 in the 11th EDBF European Nations Championships, in Racice, Czech Republic.
The POWERHOUSE "experience" consists of group and personal coaching and cognitive reprogramming, resume/ LinkedIn profile training, image consulting, make up consultations, a full makeover, photo shoot, job placement services and more.
Linc Energy CEO, Mr Peter Bond said, "Linc Energy's investment in PowerHouse makes good sense.
To this white audience, Powerhouse is "frightening," unlike the stereotypical figure Lee describes.
The PowerHouse, which recently launched sales with a waiting list of more than 2,000 people, will also feature New York's first Aqua Grotto[TM], a water-oriented social space for residents that will include a large whirlpool with an exotic waterfall, massage services and full-service spa.
Powerhouse Retail was formed in 1996 as an amalgamation of the former regional electricity board stores.