This summer’s Spending Review will be allocating spending for the fiscal year 2015/16
In our latest report, we review how investing in the nation’s transport infrastructure will give the economy a boost and provide the right foundations for a competitive future.
EEF’s first ever FTSE 100 - Women in Manufacturing report, importantly identifying opportunities and the success that women can have in modern manufacturing workplaces.
Britain needs a stronger economy, built on firmer foundations with trade and investment playing a much greater role. Manufacturing alone can’t deliver all of this, but it can make a significant contribution to a more balanced economy.
In our latest report, we review how manufacturers can play their role in rebalancing our economy, the challenges they need to overcome to achieve this and the choices policy makers face in supporting the critical investment decisions that will ensure we have a global, productive and dynamic manufacturing base for the future.
In this our latest report our research supports the view that the right regulatory framework is central to enabling manufacturers to invest, create jobs and grow their business.
This report looks at what the government needs to do to realise the potential of key manufacturing sectors and unlock investments in breakthrough technologies that will generate a step change in their carbon emissions. This would also allow the UK to export these opportunities to other parts of the world and would secure these businesses’ economic future in the UK.
We continue to campaign hard to influence government and others on behalf of our members. Focusing on the issues which matter most to you, we have achieved real results. Read more about our campaigning achievements in 2012 and our priorities for 2013.
In our second annual Executive Survey confidence about the economy and manufacturing is once again muted. Manufacturers still see plenty of opportunities to grow their business in the year ahead, but the source of risks to that growth has shifted and concerns about a potential slowdown in the global economy have come to the fore.
Ahead of the government’s Autumn Statement, our submission to government outlines priorities for achieving better-balanced and stronger growth.