Over 60 per cent of scale-ups are not anti-Brexit

New survey finds that most lawyers, accountants and consultants are unconcerned about Brexit.

Growth Planning

Brexit means more UK business for China over Europe, says expert

As Brexit negotiations come to a head, British retail brands should look no further than the Chinese market, says digital advertising expert.

Growth Planning

Debt funding after Brexit: How can regional funds help growth businesses?

Brexit brings with it the loss of EU funding for UK SMEs, but this may be where regional funds can step in. Maven Capital Partners' Ewan MacKinnon writes.


Time to re-evaluate the Brexit negotiating team

Internal chaos in Theresa May’s Government is undermining the Brexit negotiations. As the negotiations move toward the next phase, it’s time we re-evaluated the UKs line-up to ensure we have the best team in place to generate the best outcome for the UK, says Chris Roberts.

Growth Planning

The new industrial strategy should do justice to growth sectors, says expert

A new Industrial Strategy whitepaper explains how the government plans to build a Britain fit for the future. TIGA's Dr Richard Wilson comments.

Human Resources

Banking after Brexit: Which European city could knock London off the map?

New research shows that for bankers, European cities all trail behind London when it comes to pay, but Frankfurt, Paris and Milan may be more attractive post-Brexit.

Human Resources

Does cultural heritage affect CEO performance?

CEOs’ cultural heritage could affect corporate performance, according to new research, which sheds light on Brexit issues and the need for diversity in leadership.

Growth Planning

Are you Brexit-proof? Making sure the price is right

With inflation on the rise and the fallout from Brexit expected to see costs increase, businesses need to consider how to mitigate against price rises from their suppliers. Daniel Ball, director at eProcurement specialist, Wax Digital suggests best practice for ensuring organisations remains in control of their costs.

Financial Management

Brexit poses biggest risk of business insolvency

ICAEW surveyed those working with the insolvency and business restructuring sectors on what would be the three greatest threats to British businesses over the next two years. Overwhelmingly, the responses ranked the impact of Brexit as number one.


British Polyglot Olly Richards being multilingual post-Brexit

If Britain wants to stay ahead of the game in the current political landscape, we need to replenish our supply of skilled foreign language speakers, says British polyglot.

Growth Planning

4 in 5 mid-market firms predict business growth despite Brexit

Mid-market businesses remain ambitious and confident in their growth prospects, despite an unstable economic landscape, the impact of Brexit and an unsupportive funding environment.

Growth Planning

Brexit has UK SMEs eyeing Hong Kong for global growth

One in three UK SMEs state that the Brexit debate has made the prospect of trading with Hong Kong and China more attractive.