Business Secretary Vince Cable today provided details of the Government’s industrial strategy but confirmed that he couldn’t guarantee that the strategy would be upheld longer than the period of a parliamentary term.
TM has collated reactions to the industrial policy set out by Business Secretary Vince Cable.
Manufacturing leaders and industry trade groups are slapping backs today as years of lobbying for an industrial strategy which supports British business looks to have paid off - but will it last?
The Business Secretary Vince Cable will make a speech on Tuesday morning setting out plans for an industrial strategy for the UK, just as lobbyists release their appeals for the same.
Borrowing powers for the Green Investment Bank may be delayed beyond the next election, a report found, posing a threat to infrastructure investment.
Following the market failure in 2008 that has stunted lending and led to a lack of trust in keeping money with banks, the British Chambers of Commerce argues that Britain needs a state-backed business bank to support new and fast-growing companies.
UK growth will shrink next year, the British Chamber of Commerce has predicted.
Two new members have been appointed to the Technology Strategy Board. Business Secretary Vince Cable announced that Douglas Richard and Hazel Moore will serve on the Governing Board of the UK’s innovation agency until June 2015.
Following publication of the Holt Review, the Government will bring in measures to help small businesses recruit apprentices and to overhaul the complex and often misunderstood apprenticeship system. Here are some of the industry reactions to Jason Holt's proposals.