We hope all our clients and associates are well, despite the unusual and difficult circumstances we are all facing at the moment.
We wish to reassure clients and everyone that Cebr remains very much open.
In line with UK Government advice, almost all of us are working from home, with only a skeleton staff working from the office. Thanks to our robust remote working system, our ability to carry out economic research is not affected by our physical location.
Despite the tricky circumstances, we are busy…
…publishing bespoke client research:
- Elderly Care Crisis – A tipping point, for Irwin Mitchell. Covered by the Financial Times and The Times, among others.
- Potholes on UK roads in 2030, for Zurich. Covered by the Daily Mail and The Telegraph, among others.
…analysing the economic impact of the pandemic:
- Impact of coronavirus on the international travel industry likely to be four times as large as that of September 11
- Make money easily available for companies with cash flow problems but make it convertible to equity at a penal rate if they can’t pay back in 18 months
- Over the next week we will produce our first full forecasts of what we think is the most severe world economic crisis since the 1930s. This will be provided to our The Prospects Service (TPS) subscribers.
…maintaining a strong media presence:
- In the last week Cebr economists have provided commentary on BBC News, Sky News, Bloomberg Radio, BBC 5 Live Breakfast, BBC 5 Live Question Time Extra Time, and BBC Wake Up to Money.
- Our analysis on the impact of the pandemic and the 2020 Budget has been widely covered in the written press (e.g. The Times).
If you would like to discuss any existing workstream or new research requirement please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Cebr switchboard: 020 7324 2850
Enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org