An Industrial Strategy Fit for Regional Growth


Professor Simon Collinson, Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Regional Economic Engagement, University of Birmingham


Monday, November 13, 2017


7:00 PM


House of Commons

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IPT Dinner Discussion

Regional disparities are now wider in the UK than in other western European nations. The UK has had some success with sector hubs across the country and large companies have played a key part in regional growth. The Government’s Industrial Strategy Green Paper outlined opportunities to support productivity and growth across the UK. However, how can the Government now ensure that this strategy is fit for every region and all sectors to allow businesses of all sizes to flourish? This dinner discussion will:

  • Explore the value that big businesses contribute to UK supply chains and regional economies
  • Identify growth sectors and challenges across each region of the UK
  • Consider how the devolution of specific powers and resources can help target investments in transport infrastructure, housing, skills development, science and technology to fill local gaps.
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