Is James Bond the saviour of British manufacturing?

Ever since James Bond was sent on his first big screen mission in 1962’s Dr No, the most successful franchise in movie history has been a shop window for British manufacturing. Is Spectre, the latest incarnation of Ian Flemings infamous MI5 agent, going to continue to promote brand Britannia? Bond famously has a weakness for British cars. Along side his famous Aston Martin  […]

Source: Is James Bond the saviour of British manufacturing? – A Truly British Family – Consumer champions of manufacturing & farming

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Another great article from A Truly British Family – Consumer champions of manufacturing & farming. Sharing to widen the audience and promote GB. Thanks British Family. Looking forward to seeing the new Bond film hopefully next week.

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2 thoughts on “Is James Bond the saviour of British manufacturing?

  1. Stephen Preston

    Britain is not the best at marketing itself, the James Bond film goes some way to addressing this. It is always sad to see further British industry disappear, but we should take some of the blame, when choosing to buy cheaper imported products. If we didn’t want a living wage, we too could compete with the Far Eastern imports.

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    1. ukmade Post author

      Hi. Thank you for your comment. You are right of course. As a nation, to some extend we choose to buy imported products over British products, although I think greedy retailers play a big part too in only offering us foreign made products when we visit shops. Cheers.

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