INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
The chancellor’s spending review presents many opportunities for the manufacturing sector to innovate, but as the country looks to regenerate and recover, innovation presents a risk, so how can this risk be managed?
Right now, UK manufacturers are trying to navigate two major impacts to their industry, the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit. Find out what you can do to help safeguard the future of your business.
Following years of unprecedented uncertainty, UK manufacturers have learned it pays to be prepared for the unexpected. Indeed, the recent pandemic has simply served to accelerate many trends that were already in motion.
Despite the efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, we cannot avoid all the consequences of climate change. This create business risks, which is of particular concern to manufacturers who may have premises or global suppliers in climate-vulnerable zones.
With government guidance yet to be published, what can food and drink businesses do to ensure their re-opening is as successful as possible?
Food supply chains have held up well during the Coronavirus and appear to be ahead of the curve when compared to other sectors. However, have consumer habits changed?
Businesses in the food and drink sector face a range of unprecedented challenges – and there are a range of measures in place to help firms navigate these pressures.
Some of the UK's biggest contractors are stockpiling over Brexit so projects don't run of supplies in the face of a no deal result. Should you be stockpiling too?