Corporate strategy

Surviving Economic Turbulence? No problem! Says Xero UK MD

Xero UK is an online accounting software used by small businesses and their accountants and bookkeepers.

Shoe-Fitter to the Royal Family Targets Asian Expansion post-Brexit

Start-rite Shoes, the brand young Royal’s wear on their feet, are leading the way for an expansion in to a growing Asian market, a decision galvanised by the referendum decision...

Brand ethos matters more than profits says MD of Yull shoes Sarah Watkinson-Yull

Yull shoes are one of only a handful of independent shoe retailers in the UK who both design, source and manufacture their full range of footwear in Britain.

Adventure Company Looks to Inbound Tourists for New Revenue Stream as Sterling’s Devaluation Brings Chaos

UK adventure company first Curious Kat’s Adventure Club is looking towards China to dig it out of a Brexit hole.

Aspen Woolf Look to International Expansion

Brexit has been accepted in the housing industry says Russell Midgely, the Director of Aspen Woolf, a company that specialises in providing wealth-building opportunities for investors through property.

Creative Industries are ‘Weathering the Brexit Storm’

There are signs that European firms are avoiding taking on British suppliers owing to the uncertainties around Brexit.

Troubled High-Value London Property Market Could Benefit from Trump: Glentree Estates

We are trying to survive at the moment but Trump gives us new hope.

Athena: British Overseas Property Purchases Now Increasingly Funded by Finance Options

According to international property investment firm Athena Advisors Brit’s are still buying, and say Athena, most of them are making a profit.

Politicised Consumers: A Top Trend for Marketers in 2017

UK Brands should embrace new emerging trends but provide home-grown alternatives with Brexit on the horizon.

Brexit is Key Concern for Consumer Credit Supply in 2017, but we are Expanding Anyway say Refused Car Finance

One of North-East England’s fastest-growing fintech firms has confirmed they are to pursue further expansion over the course of 2017, regardless of expectations for an economic slowdown.

SME Borrowing to Surge in 2017, and this is a Good Thing

SME borrowing to soar above £50bn in 2017, 2017 borrowing could see 22% year on year increase

St Peter’s Brewery: Exports to Europe up 10%, Confident of Post-Brexit Trading Relationships

CEO of multi-award winning St Peter’s Brewery, Steve Magnall, tells Pound Sterling Live he is confident any tariffs to exporting into the European Union will be limited following Brexit.

Brexit: “Upskill or Get Left Behind”

The digital skills gap is a global issue, but one which is at risk of escalating due to Brexit say’s Michael O’Flynn, the Sales & Marketing Manager for Professional Academy...

A Second Home in Italy Put on Hold by Britons Stung by Exchange Rate Fall

British appetite for second-homes in Italy are declining after the referendum triggers a notable drop in the value of the Pound.

Brexit Doom-Mongering Presents a Sizeable threat to UK PLC at Present

Article 50 is becoming delayed because of pessimism in this country, that’s according to the CEO and co-founder of software firm Elephants don’t forget, Adrian Harvey.

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