The UK economy is powered by key sectors that are foundational to its growth and functionality. Facilities Management, Construction & Civils, Hospitality, Energy, Logistics, Healthcare, Aviation, Public Sector, and Education each play a vital role, contributing significantly to the nation’s GDP and employment.
They face challenges like technological integration, sustainability, regulatory changes, and skilled labour shortages.
Workforce Management solutions, as provided by Pretium through its supply chain partners, offer the flexibility and expertise needed to address these challenges, ensuring operational efficiency and continuity across these diverse yet interconnected sectors.
With its extensive and crucial contribution to the UK economy, forecast to reach circa £63bn by 2028, the FM industry is indispensable in managing and maximizing functionality across built environments.Learn more
Construction & Civils
The construction industry, contributing a noteworthy 6% to the UK GDP, acts as a backbone to infrastructural and economic progression, crucially shaping urban and rural landscapes alike.Learn more
The hospitality sector, contributing circa a massive £54bn to the UK economy in 2022, has cultivated a reputation for profound professionalism and a robust work ethic, creating and maintaining a plethora of ...Learn more
A linchpin for the UK, contributing £149 billion to its economy in 2021, the energy sector, fuelled by coal, oil, gas, and renewables, forms a crucial foundation for Britain’s economic sustenance contributes 3.2% to ...Learn more
The logistics sector, contributing over £127bn annually and employing over 1.25m workers across the UK, is a linchpin in the UK's trade and commerce network, ensures the smooth operation of the supply chain ...Logistics
Total UK Healthcare spending in 2022 was estimated at nearly £290bn and the sector, with the NHS alone employing 1.4 million people and social care 1.6 million people, underpins the nation’s wellbeing and ...Healthcare
The aviation industry’s £24bn contribution of UK based airlines to the UK economy including over 1 million jobs, propels not only people and goods globally but also significantly influences the nation's economic ...Aviation
The UK public sector, employing millions and allocated hundreds of billions annually, forms the administrative and service backbone of the nation.Public Sector
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