Britain is a world leader in design. It is one of this country’s greatest strengths. Design is responsible for shaping the built environment, the digital world and the products and services we use and it is a centre of industrial change.
The Industrial Strategy sets out 4 Grand Challenges to put the UK at the forefront of the industries of the future.
As the UK’s economic development bank, the mission of the British Business Bank is to make finance markets for smaller businesses work more effectively across the country.
Over the last 3 weeks, I have had the pleasure of chairing a series of roundtables with colleagues from across the country on the Industrial Strategy's Grand Challenges at this year's International Business Festival in Liverpool.
The Resolution Foundation recently hosted lunchtime discussions of the 4 ‘Grand Challenges’. What lessons do we take from it?
We are experiencing a social revolution. We are living much longer than our parents’ and grandparents’ generations.
Welcome to the fourth industrial revolution. Theresa May has challenged the NHS, health charities and the technology sector to harness the power of data and artificial intelligence to accelerate the diagnosis of chronic conditions.
With the recent publications of its Clean Growth and Industrial Strategies, the UK government set a clear ambition to build a competitive, low carbon economy.
It may only be May but our Industrial Strategy is already delivering for people right across the country, building a Britain and an economy that is fit for the future.