Connected economies, people, and places: a blueprint for local growth in post-Brexit Britain

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Parikh, Tej
Institute of Directors
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1 July 2019
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Business and management
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This research assesses the challenges facing the UK’s local growth ambitions, and makes a series of recommendations to drive prosperity across the country, drawing upon a survey of over 1,000 business leaders, interviews with local stakeholders, and insights from the IoD’s network of regional offices.

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