Over the last few months, EEF Venues has been running a campaign that looks at ‘The Business of Wellbeing’ and most specifically, the creation of a business case for implementing wellbeing initiatives in companies. This month, we met up with Jason Allan Scott, one of our contributors at the roundtable, a serial entrepreneur, event industry leader and the founder of the Calisthetic Games.
In an all new Google Minisode of Manufacturing on the Hop, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley looks at the frequently searched questions relating to productivity in the UK, including: "Why does productivity matter?". Lee is joined by Head of Business Environment Policy, Chris Richards and Economist Francesco Arcangeli.
Episode 5 in the Google Minisode series of Manufacturing on the Hop looks at the frequently searched question: "What does the future hold for UK manufacturing?" EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley is joined by EEF's Senior Business Environment Policy Adviser, Chris Richards to provide some answers.
Episode 4 in the Google Minisode series of Manufacturing on the Hop focuses on the frequently searched question: "Why does UK manufacturing matter?". EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley is joined by Economist Martyn Jenkins to discuss.
In the third instalment of the Manufacturing on the Hop 'Google Minisodes' series, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley is joined by economist Francesco Arcangeli to answer the question frequently searched for: "Why has UK manufacturing declined?"
In episode two of the Manufacturing on the Hop Google Minisodes series, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley looks at another question frequently searched for: "What is it like to work in UK manufacturing?" Joining Lee is Verity Davidge, EEF's Senior Employment and Skills Policy Adviser.
In this new series of minisodes of Manufacturing on the Hop, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley looks to answer some of the top questions asked on Google about the UK manufacturing sector. This first episode focuses on the question: "What is UK manufacturing?"
Britain’s manufacturers have begun 2018 in the same upbeat manner they left last year on the back of the continued improvement in global demand together with a pick-up in the UK market, according to a major survey published by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation and accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP. EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley looks at the key headlines of the report.
Experts from EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, and Oracle discuss how manufacturers will need to develop new skills in their workforce through training to meet the pace of change of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley examines the key findings of the latest Manufacturing Outlook survey for Q4, produced in partnership with BDO. Guests include BDO's Head of Manufacturing Tom Lawton and EEF economist Martyn Jenkins.
EEF's Martin Strutt, Rockwell's Mark Bottomley, and Oracle's Vikram Singla discuss how manufacturers are adapting their workplaces to take advantage of new technologies and using digitisation to improve productivity.
Martin Strutt, 4IR expert at EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, and Nigel Mackie, Head of Business Development at MASS, a cyber security consultant, discuss why manufacturers of all sizes should be concerned with the threat of cyber security - particularly in the age of the Internet of Things, Big Data and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
4IR consultant Martin Strutt shares what he's learned talking to UK manufacturers and touring their facilities. What are their concerns and goals when it comes to the Fourth Industrial Revolution? How should they get started?
Manufacturers have taken the continued political upheaval and uncertainty at home in their stride, taking advantage of the improved global outlook, particularly in the eurozone, and the resulting synchronised upswing in exports, according to the EEF/BDO Q3 2017 Manufacturing Outlook survey. EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley share the key findings.