The recent Masters of the Revolution report sets out recommendations to create a pro-enterprise environment which plays to the strengths of Yorkshire's creative entrepreneurs.
In what is dubbed as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the report urges the Government to look to the regions to help drive a turbo-charged science based economy.
There are pockets of world-leading technology being created in the region which are supporting global businesses such as Nissan.
Alan Mak, chairman of the APPG for Entrepreneurship and the 4IR believes that Yorkshire can lead a industrial renaissance that will see an explosion of tech based growth.
Improved transport investment together with enhanced digital infrastructure can only help to support this.
The industrial North has long been the backbone of our country, when textiles produced in Yorkshire were exported on ships from Sheffield steel. In a new age of scientific breakthroughs, the Nissan works is not the only flagship British factory using technology to increase productivity massively. A growing group of British entrepreneurs and scientists from home and abroad have been leading this drive, something Government has recognised with investment in science and technology. In what has been dubbed the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Government should look to the regions to help drive a turbo-charged science based “tiger economy”. It is a template, that if replicated across the country, would encourage the adoption of 4IR technologies across the country and spread growth outwards to all nations and regions in the UK, giving 4IR entrepreneurs and innovators a focal point for funding.