How can the new industrial strategy benefit the North of England? | SPERI public event

The Government will soon publish its new industrial strategy, but will it benefit people, places and industries in the North?

This is a key question that the Industrial Strategy Commission, a new inquiry jointly run by SPERI, set out to answer.

On November 1st the Commission will publish its Final Report. Join us a week later on Thursday November 9th for a major public event in Sheffield to discuss its findings and to hear from a leading Labour politician about industrial strategy.

Book your free tickets

Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and a member of Labour’s Shadow Cabinet, will outline Labour’s industrial strategy plans. Dr Craig Berry, SPERI’s Deputy Director, and a member of the Industrial Strategy Commission will present the Commission’s key findings. An audience Q&A will follow with Rebecca Long-Bailey, Craig Berry and Sheffield business leaders taking part in the panel discussion.

We hope you can join us for this public debate and have your say.

Confirmed speakers;

  • Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Mike Maddock, Managing Director, Performance Engineered Solutions
  • Laura Bennett, specialist in entrepreneurship and the digital economy, member of Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership Board
  • Dr Craig Berry (Chair) Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, University of Sheffield.

Date: Thursday 9th November 2017

Time: 18.00-19.30

Venue: Sheffield Town Hall (Reception Room A), Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH

Register your free place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-can-the-new-industrial-strategy-benefit-the-north-of-england-tickets-38327468490

The event is taking part during the 2017 ESRC Festival of Social Science. See the full line-up of events taking place between November 4th -11th at http://festivalofsocialscience.group.shef.ac.uk/

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