63% of the UK’s annual labour productivity growth 2000-08 was due to innovation.
Companies launching new products grow turnover by 10% in the following three years, compared to 5.8% for non-innovating firms.
Firms awarded with research grants grow their turnover and employment up to 28% faster than firms which did not receive grants.
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CBI launches member consultation into R&D spend
Now is the time to innovate: the road to three percent
All parties adopt innovation targets
CBI submits evidence on EU funding for innovation
Planning for Brexit: safeguarding innovation
PM states intention to stay in EU science programmes
EU funding guaranteed to 2020
CBI responds to science and technology committee on 2.4% target
CBI 2018 Autumn Budget submission includes call to raise R&D spend to 3% GDP
Measures to boost R&D investment announced in 2018 Autumn Budget
CBI gives evidence to science and technology select committee
The UK can’t wait until 2053 for R&D spend to reach 2.4%
CBI welcomes R&D commitment and funding announcements
Driving R&D investment through the R&D tax credits system
CBI gives evidence on design of next EU funding programme for innovation
Select Committee echoes CBI priorities for R&D funding
People and prosperity: the business vision for the new government
Don’t wait, Innovate
CBI sets out business priorities for new ARPA research agency
Government establishes new high-risk, high-reward independent research agency