This text follows the work of Professor Kumar Bhattacharyya, one of the most influential but least well-known manufacturing industry experts in Britain. He has advised two Prime Ministers, Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, and a succession of senior government officials on matters ranging from the privatization of British Steel to the future of the car industry. Bhattacharyya is also an academic entrepreneur; today, Warwick Manufacturing Group, the unit inside Warwick University that he founded in 1979, has annual revenues of #80m and has won international renown through its breaking down of the barriers between academia and industry.
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“If there is one man who...has ensured that the UK has a manufacturing centre for the buck to stop at, it’s the outspoken Professor Kumar Bhattacharyya.” -- The Observer
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