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Forbes España – El número de pymes en España crecerá en 63.000 en tres años, un aumento interanual del 0,8%, según Sage
January 11, 2023

Las pymes «resistirán» la actual incertidumbre económica y se prevé que se creen 63.000 nuevas pequeñas y medianas empresas entre 2022 y 2025, lo que supondría un crecimiento anual del 0,8%, según ha publicado Sage en su estudio ‘SMBs Driving Economy Recovery’, desarrollado en colaboración con el Centro para la Investigación Económica y de Negocios

Express – NHS would save more than £600m a year if half of smokers switched to vaping says report
January 10, 2023

As Brits set new year’s resolutions to go on diets or give up smoking a report has suggested that giving up traditional cigarettes for safer e-cigarettes such as vaping could boost the British economy by billions. A major report – Economic impact assessment of the vaping industry – by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) has

The Times – Small firms ‘will rebound to turn over more than ever’
January 10, 2023

Small and mid-sized businesses will contribute more of UK business turnover by 2025 as they bounce back quickly from the expected recession, researchers have predicted. Forecasters at the Centre for Economics and Business Research analysed growth trends after the financial crisis in 2007 to 2009 and from these estimated that by 2025 the number of

Sage and CEBR forecast positive UK economic growth with SMBs set to contribute an extra £160bn of turnover by 2025
January 10, 2023

Sage Press Release, January 10 2023 Analysis by the Centre for Economics Business Research (Cebr) for Sage forecasts that the number of SMBs in the UK will increase by 342,000 by 2025. SMBs’ financial turnover is projected to increase by £160 billion in the same period – outperforming the expected growth rate of turnover in

New year, new gas price forecast – enough to stave off a recession?
January 9, 2023

A month ago, our assumption about the wholesale gas price was that it would stay around £2.50 per therm on average through the next financial year, with the price rising during the year as the world and especially the European economies recovered from the second half of 2023 onwards. However, prices have tumbled in recent

The Scotsman – Edinburgh and Glasgow to be among fastest-growing UK locations as country emerges from recession in H2
January 6, 2023

Edinburgh and Glasgow are set to see their economies rank amongst the fastest growing in the UK as the country emerges from recession in the second half of this year, according to a new study. Law firm Irwin Mitchell, which has an office on Glasgow’s West Regent Street, has revealed its latest City Tracker that

Huddersfield Hub – Huddersfield Economy Amongst ‘Least Hard Hit’ By Cost-Of-Living Crisis And Return To Growth Expected In Late 2023, Says New Study
January 5, 2023

A new study has some good news for the Huddersfield economy at the start of 2023. The Irwin Mitchell City Tracker expects Huddersfield’s economy to return to growth in the second half of this year. The City Tracker study has been produced by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) and examines 50 locations

Business Cheshire – Manchester’s economy to see sluggish growth as UK emerges from recession in mid-2023, says report
January 5, 2023

Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh expected to grow more quickly than Manchester Report reveals contrast in growth between performance of economies in Greater Manchester and city centre Manchester’s economy will return to growth in the final three months of 2023 but at a slower rate than Liverpool and other large cities including Birmingham and Edinburgh, according

Falling house prices, a UK recession and weak financial markets – Our Top Ten for 2023…
December 30, 2022

2023 doesn’t look a great year for the UK – but the shafts of light are that inflation will be on its way down and the economy should start to recover at some point in the year What did we get right last year? After an extraordinary year, I was amazed to find that our

World Economic League Table 2023
December 26, 2022

A world economic league table with forecasts for 191 countries to 2037. The latest edition, WELT 2023, comes at a time of significant change in the world order and heightened global economic uncertainty. It is Cebr’s 14th annual world economic outlook report.

Eight months of strike action to have cost the UK economy at least £1.7bn, adding to existing recessionary pressures
December 19, 2022

The rising cost of living has been the dominant economic subject in the UK over 2022. Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released this week show that employees are currently experiencing the sharpest real earnings contraction in 13 years. As such, with earnings falling short of inflation for many, a secondary theme of

The government’s new ECO plus energy efficiency scheme can save households hundreds of millions of pounds, but still leaves billions up for grabs
December 5, 2022

A recent Cebr report for Grundfos has found that UK homes and businesses are losing out on £3.1 billion worth of savings per annum due to barriers preventing energy efficiency improvements. The government’s new ECO plus scheme will help plug this gap, by saving UK homes about £124 million per annum, but it will still leave upwards

Bleak Friday – discounts unlikely to save retailers as consumers cut back spending by £1.5 billion across Q4
November 25, 2022

Black Friday discounts may attract some shoppers hoping for a bargain on their Christmas shopping, but are unlikely to save struggling retailers from the rising number of insolvencies in the sector. The cost-of-living crisis, combined with warnings that discounts are often more generous at other times of year and the threat of a Royal Mail

Grundfos launches report on ‘Powering Energy Efficiency’ in the UK and Germany
November 23, 2022

The report focuses on policy context and recommendations for both countries. Words taken from Grundfos’ press release. Improving quality of life for people is at the heart of our business, which is why we collaborated with Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr – an independent London-based economics consultancy) to produce the ‘Powering Energy Efficiency’

The Chancellor tightens the easy way – using inflation to squeeze budgets and reduce allowances. The really tough decisions have been left to whoever wins the election…
November 18, 2022

The UK economy is slipping into recession. Our own numbers are not very far apart from the OBR’s forecast of -1.4% GDP growth next year. Yet, driven by the Federal Reserve Bank, interest rates are still rising around the world and it will be hard for the UK to reverse that trend for a few

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