As the UK prepares for Brexit, the design sector is concerned that these competitive advantages will be lost.
This would be a loss to the whole nation. After Brexit, the UK will need a successful design industry more than ever, since designers solve problems and thrive in challenging circumstances.
In order to continue to grow, the architecture and design sector needs help in the following five areas:. Recognition: the government should take note of the sector's cultural and economic importance and pursue policies to help it thrive after Brexit.
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In particular, it should help the sector maintain and develop the strongest possible ties with Europe and the rest of the world. Education: design should be championed in schools to inspire future generations of designers. Higher education requires investment to compete with the best in the world and must continue to attract the brightest overseas minds. Student exchange programmes and research links must be retained.
Recruitment: to retain their edge, design firms need to be able to recruit talent from anywhere in the world with a minimum of bureaucracy. And after graduating in the UK, the brightest overseas students should be able to join firms here, or start their own. EU employees already working for UK design firms must be allowed to remain in the country.
Manufacturing: with policies to support both small and large manufacturers, designers can help strengthen UK industry. Government should recognise that design can lead to better, more competitive products. Intellectual property: with the UK no longer part of EU rights law, designers will need reassurance that they will be able to get international protection for their ideas with a minimum of cost and bureaucracy. In summary, intelligently designed products, services and systems can help improve individual lives, business competitiveness and community cohesion.
But first, let's ensure that policies are in place to help the sector deliver a prosperous future for all.
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