24 Nov 2016

Future of textile and clothing industry: impacts of the vision 2025

The future of industry project is approaching its end as we have completed the process on the second case study on non-ferrous metals. With this study, we wanted to develop a process to engage with industry sectors in order to understand the challenges facing European manufacturers, and to develop recommendations in response (you can read more about this project in the related page). One year has already passed since the future vision 2025 for the

Future of Industries - Non ferrous metals12 Jul 2016

A vision for the non-ferrous metals industry in 2050

On 20th and 21st June, we held our first workshop on the future of the non-ferrous metals (NFM) industry in Europe. This is the second case study of the Future of Industry project that we are currently running for the Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW). The purpose of this workshop, the first of two, was to identify and understand the key drivers of change for the European non-ferrous metals

17 May 2016

The Future of the Non-Ferrous Metals Industry – First workshop

  We are currently conducting a study on the future of the European non-ferrous metals industry, the second case study in the framework of our project on the future of industry. The project is set in the context of the broader initiative of the European Commission to increase the competitiveness of European industries by 2020. The aim of this study is to develop a long-term vision of the European non ferrous metals industry sector. The project also

9 Nov 2015

Future of Industry project: understanding the textile sector

The Future of Industry project is set in the context of calls for a European 'industrial renaissance' and a commitment to raise the industry share of GDP in the EU from 16% to 20% of GDP by 2020. The objective of this study is to develop a process to engage interactively with industry sectors and relevant stakeholders in order to understand the challenges facing European manufacturers, and to develop recommendations in response. First workshop: developing