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Industrial strategy: conference update 2013

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Update on the industrial strategy for the conference held on 11 September 2013.

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Global competition is increasing, but so are the opportunities for the UK. To compete effectively we have to be smarter and more confident, removing barriers and make it easier for British businesses to grow. By doing so we create future jobs and economic growth, and further reduce the national debt.

We have approached industrial strategy in partnership with business. We are working together on long-term strategies to make the UK more competitive, by:

  • creating a new and lasting way of improving the UK’s competitive position worldwide
  • being proud of the world-leading technologies and globally successful UK businesses
  • facilitating jobs for a highly-skilled workforce, leading to growth and prosperity for future generations

Industrial strategy conference updates

We live tweeted the conference: see #ISC13

Industrial Strategy: government and industry working together in partnership

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Overview of industrial strategy

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Published 11 September 2013
Last updated 11 September 2013 + full page history
  1. Updated to include links to Vince Cable's conference speech and more audio and video links from the conference.
  2. Updated with new conference material from the morning of 11 September 2013.
  3. First published.