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Industry Leadership Groups review

A range of Industry Leadership Groups (ILGs) have been established over time, with different governance, structures, and funding but intended to deliver a common set of aims. This review was initiated to understand the activities of each ILG, their key outputs and how they can increase their impact.

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Industry Leadership Groups review
Annex B: Activity and Leadership

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Annex B: Activity and Leadership

ILG

Ministerial co-chair

Focus on strategy delivery?

Industry led strategy?

Sector growth target

Action owner

ADMS

N/A

N/A

Yes (published 2016)

Real-terms growth of ADMS sector between 6%-10% by 2020.

N/A (dormant)

CSS

N/A

N/A

Yes, developed in 2012 and refreshed in 2018

N/A

N/A (dormant)

Construction

No

Yes

Yes 2019-22, builds on 2013-16

No

Industry

CIAG

Yes

No

No

No

Majority Government and agencies

FiSAB

Yes

yes

2008

N/A

Industry

LSS

Yes

Yes

Yes

Industry turnover to £8Bn by 2025

Industry

Textiles (see notes below)

No

Yes

Yes

Targets for 2020 for turnover, export sales and BERD

Industry

Scotland Food and Drink Partnership Board

No

Yes

Yes

Double turnover by 2020

Mix - bulk to member organisation

Aquaculture

No

Yes

Yes

Double economic contribution by 2030

Mix - bulk to SG and regulators

SEAB

Yes

Yes

No

N/A

Mix - bulk to SG

Oil and Gas

Following review of ILGs under SEAB. These changed to Strategic Leadership Groups, with SG secretariats

Renewables

TGCCS

Scottish Forest and Timber Tech

Yes

Yes

Yes

Double contribution to £2Bn by 2030

Scottish Forestry

TAG

No longer exits

Scottish Tourism

No

Yes

No (strategy leadership inc. industry)

No

Industry

The Textile ILG reflects the size and diversity of the fashion and textile industry in Scotland. It exists to create a broad strategy for the industry in Scotland and acts as an interface between the industry and government. The first meeting of the new group was held in Glasgow in November 2019. At the meeting, Simon Cotton, CEO of Johnstons of Elgin, was elected as chair of the group. The ILG agreed to focus on developing an export strategy and a skills strategy that focuses on all aspects of the industry from manufacturing to design to the provision of education and training.


Contact

Email: enterpriseandskillspmo@gov.scot