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.
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.
EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley is joined by other EEF policy specialists Chris Richards and Hela Mrabet to discuss industrial strategy, why it matters to manufacturers, devolution and sector deals. This latest podcast coincides with the release of a new Industrial Strategy factcard from EEF that you can read at eef.org.uk/industrialstrategy
British manufacturers are continuing to enjoy a surge in performance on the back of a synchronised upswing in global markets according to the Q2 2017 EEF/BDO Manufacturing Outlook. On this latest podcast, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley explains more about these positive results.
The latest EEF Manufacturing Outlook report, sponsored by BDO, has yielded positive results for the beginning of 2017 across all manufacturing sectors. Join EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley as she looks at the driving forces behind this positive start to the year.
On the latest Manufacturing on the hop, EEF Chief Economist Lee Hopley examines the key ambitions of UK manufacturers as detailed in the new EEF/NatWest report 'Manufacturing Ambitions'. She also explains what is needed to support these ambitions in the form of a robust Industrial Strategy. Lee is also joined by Richard Hill, NatWest head of automotive and manufacturing, and Hiten Sonpal, Lombard Head of Specialist Sectors.