Sectors

Aerospace & Defence

The UK aerospace sector had a turnover of £31 billion in 2016. It employs 95,000 people,

Automotive

The UK automotive sector is central to the UK economy and a key part of our industrial

Business Services

Business services is a diverse industry, broadly serving companies in five sectors:

Capital Projects & Infrastructure

Investment in infrastructure by the UK government was estimated around £18.9 billion in

Chemicals

The Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry is one of the UK’s top manufacturing exporters.

Education

Currently there are 32,113 schools in the UK employing around 498,100 teachers in

Engineering & Construction

Construction of buildings e.g. commercial, residential. Civil engineering e.g. roads,

Facilities Management

The Facilities management (FM) industry is responsible for as much as 8% of the UK’s

Financial Services

Financial services industry in the UK : In 2017, the financial services sector

Healthcare

Did you know that the NHS is the worlds 5th largest emoloyer with around 1.7m employed

Manufacturing

Despite the decline since the 1970s, when manufacturing contributed 25% of UK GDP, the UK

Media & Entertainment

The UK’s multi-billion entertainment and media industry is set to grow in the coming

Oil & Gas

In 2014, when investment levels in the UK Continental Shelf were at record levels, the

Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

The UK remains a global hub for life science. There are now 5,649 life sciences

Power & Utilities

The energy system is critical to the UK economy. It supplies electricity and gas to the

Retail & Consumer

The retail industry is vital to the UK economy - in 2017 it generated £395billion worth

Technology

The UK’s digital technology sector continues to accelerate faster than the rest of the

Telecommunications

The UK is one of the largest telecommunication markets in entire Europe. With a lot of

Transport & Logistics

Transport and logistics is one of the world’s biggest industries. The sector is made up