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20 Sep 2017
As London celebrates its design sector this week we should also be celebrating the manufacturing which supports it. Here are three things to see and three things to think about this LDF weekend.
03 Sep 2017
After years of de-industrialisation and a focus on developing the knowledge economy, it is unsurprising that manufacturing has something of an image problem in the UK. Is it time we re-evaluated that?
26 Jul 2017
Manufacturing is all around us in cities, now is a critical time to discuss and plan for its future.
27 Apr 2017
As we launch into 2017 it seems that, just like buses, all three of the Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing team’s (EEM) core themes have arrived on the political and social agenda at once.
28 Dec 2016
The government is right to refresh the economic rules of the game in industrial policy, employment practices and corporate governance, but that success will rest on treating all three areas as interdependent.
15 May 2016
Anna Lowe FRSA explains why she is supporting young innovators in Kumasi, Ghana to become the entrepreneurs of the future.
29 Apr 2016
Nancy Johnston FRSA discusses her journey launching Tengri, a textile manufacturer and fashion brand with sustainability and transparency at its heart.
24 Mar 2016
Jude Sherry FRSA is looking into what capacity does Bristol have to produce the products the city needs?
15 Feb 2016
Krissie Nicolson FRSA
Krissie Nicolson FRSA, founder of East End Trades Guild, looks at how maker spaces can regenerate local economies and empower communities to shape their cities.
23 Dec 2015
We have arrived at a critical moment for design thinking. Sevra Davis explores how we can champion a radical new future for design.
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