A Return to Growth for UK Businesses

The Global Financial Crisis marked the end of a period of relative stability and growth for UK businesses. In the years since, a series of political and global shocks have impeded attempts at sustained growth. Senior Editor Jacob Ambrose Willson assesses the landscape for UK business as we enter 2024.

Featuring commentary from:
Bridget Rosewell, Chair, M6toll
Dominic Emery, former Chief of Staff to the CEO, bp and Board Mentor, Criticaleye
Caroline Colliston, Executive Partner, Scotland, DWF
Ian Wright, co-Chair, UK Food and Drink Export Council

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