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This is the launch presentation of the Workstream 1, Economic Footprint of the ESCO Report. The whole report with the fill set of Workstream Reports is available from www.esco.org.uk

This is the launch presentation of the Workstream 1, Economic Footprint of the ESCO Report. The whole report with the fill set of Workstream Reports is available from www.esco.org.uk


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  • 1. Pdf and Tube available at http://ianp24.blogspot.co.uk/ Launch of the ESCO Report http://www.esco.org.uk/ One Great George St London 27jun13
  • 2. Pdf and Tube available at http://ianp24.blogspot.co.uk/ Economic Footprint WS 1 Report – “Economic Footprint of the UK Electronic Systems Community “
  • 3. WS1: Objective  Substantiate the belief that (contrary to popular opinion) ...    Identify and Quantify the UK-Electronic Systems Community ...     The UK Electronic sector did not go away in the late 90’s ..but.. Underwent a substantive evolution to a modern business form, suited to the opportunities of globalisation in this domain Its Nature Its Scale of Employment Its Economic Contribution Using a process that should be...     Appropriate to the nature of the enterprises involved Open, rigorous and believable Facilitate progress monitoring and inter-sector comparison As accurate as possible
  • 4. WS1: Techniques  Initial work in 2007/8 under Electronics Leadership Council  Used FAME & IDBR databases with assistance of BIS Analysts     Used University of Manchester Dept of Economics    To develop the appropriate Economic Model for valuing ES contribution To find appropriate (ONS) data for calibration Supplemented with data from other reliable sources   To identify the Overtly Electronic Systems Technology businesses To identify the actual UK employment figures for each of them And to provide the Raw UK economic data for the rest of the economy All identified With Excel to bring it all together  Spreadsheet available at www.esco.org.uk
  • 5. WS1: Key Findings  Electronics has not left the UK ... ... It has Evolved into the UK-Electronics Systems Sector    Bigger and more successful than it ever was ... 5.4% of UK-GDP, from 3% of its working population ... Highly Productive An ‘Appropriate Shape’ for the 21c Global Market Opportunity
  • 6. WS1: Key Findings  Value1: Electronic Systems Enterprises   Electronic Systems employs 435k people in 30k ES Enterprises ~50% of employment is in 250 companies with ave. size of 1,180    Nationally only 22% of employment is in 250+ category These are very successful ES businesses! ~80% of ES Enterprises are <10 employees  These a tremendous growth opportunity for the ES Sector
  • 7. WS1: Key Findings  Value 2: Embedded Electronic Systems ---   --- Employs 420k in 440k businesses ~40% of employment is in 250+ companies    Nationally only 22% of employment is in 250+ category So is a Key Enabling Technology for successful companies But ~2m businesses in the Community have no ES roles!
  • 8. WS1: Next Steps  Publicise the Nature and Success of the UK-ES Community     Establish Income Method as basis for all Sector Metrics Process 2013 Data-Point    To develop Public Understanding and Career Opportunities To maximise its success and its contribution to the UK-Economy 5 July 2013: Anniversary of this data-collection Lets see where UK-ESC is headed ... Improve Metrication & Accuracy  Publicise ‘Electronic Systems SIC Codes’ and encourage their use   Establish use of ‘#Tags ‘in all (ES) Corporate Descriptions   Even if not appropriate; better to be identified! To enable much more useful data extraction Link IDBR to HMRC data-bases  Establish Actual Cost of Employment figures for UK Employees