The old cliché of “We don’t make anything in Britain anymore” simply isn’t true. British manufacturers play a major role in our economy which is why Sage has curated this celebration of their worth.
British manufacturers embody passion, energy, and pride, and it is reflected in how they differentiate themselves and their products. In a world market where it’s often difficult to compete on price, British manufacturers are winning by focusing on factors such as quality and innovation.
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Manufacturing plays a major role in the UK economy and is responsible for 44% of our total exports, directly employing 2.6 million people. This is an industry that is thriving.
UK manufacturers are quick to share their passion for their craft, whether it is food production, watchmaking, heavy industrial manufacturing, furniture making or hi-tech component manufacturing.
They have real pride in what they produce, and in a world market where it’s often difficult to compete on price, British manufacturers are winning by focusing on differentiators such as quality and innovation, and we are proud to say many of these great businesses are supported by Sage.
Sage is a great enabler in this regard, because if you want to concentrate on the bigger picture—to develop products, prove concepts, and gain new ground—you need the time to do so. Sage frees up this time, by making it much easier to manage your people, finances and business processes.
It’s easy to lose sight of your ambitions when your mind is taken up managing the day-to-day running of your business. It is much more productive to have an automated system in place to help you thrive in the face of growing complexity by transforming how you manage people, resources, processes and operations globally.
With this specialist support from Sage, you can focus on growing your business, and write your own British manufacturing success story
So, discover more about the state of UK manufacturing and the top 5 priorities to achieve manufacturing growth with this exclusive infographic.