Industrial strategy – progress update on UK government and industry partnership

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The UK government has published the industrial strategy progress report, which highlights the achievements, latest activities and future priorities of the industrial strategy.

The progress report provides a timely update on the eleven sectors:

  • Aerospace
  • Agricultural Technologies
  • Automotive
  • Construction
  • Information Economy
  • International Education
  • Life Sciences
  • Nuclear
  • Offshore Wind
  • Oil and Gas
  • Professional and Business Services

As well as an update on the five cross cutting themes:

  • Sector Partnerships: Providing support for all sectors to help increase global competitiveness, support innovation and maximise export potential.
  • Technologies: Supporting the development and commercialisation of technologies where theUKhas the research expertise and business capability to become a world leader.
  • Skills: Working to deliver the skills that employers need, giving businesses more say over how government funding for skills is spent.
  • Access to finance: Helping businesses get the finance they need to invest in people and equipment and to grow.
  • Procurement: DevelopingUKsupply chains and creating a simpler and more transparent public sector procurement system

Help spread the word

  • Follow@bisgovuk and @bispressoffice for mentions/retweets/discussion on Twitter
  • Remember to use the Industrial Strategy hashtag in your tweets:#IndustrialStrategy.We’ll also be using#BuildingBritainwhen talking about construction and infrastructure projects which are creating jobs and growth forBritain
  • Infographics for all the sectors are available on our Flickr channel:
  • We’ve created an online timeline to show all the work that’s been done since the launch of the Industrial Strategy
  • There are videos on our Youtube channel of the Sector Council Leads talking about the progress made in their sectors since the launch of the Strategy

File type icon Industrial Strategy - UK government progress report