As the Mayor of the region that is home to some of the UK’s leading businesses in offshore renewables, chemicals and clean energy generation, it is clear to me that the Tees Valley is best suited to the challenge of maximising the advantages of the global shift towards clean growth.
We are experiencing a social revolution. We are living much longer than our parents’ and grandparents’ generations.
The International Business Festival is a biennial event hosted in Liverpool celebrating the dynamism and diversity of the global marketplace, and providing significant opportunities for ambitious businesses looking to grow.
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.
I have long argued that the humanities and social sciences must be at the heart of any industrial strategy.
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.