Technology businesses are optimistic about their chances of success, according to a recent poll of UK owner-managers and entrepreneurs.
The survey revealed that tech entrepreneurs are more positive about their prospects for growth compared to the rest of the market, with three quarters (74 per cent) of tech entrepreneurs and business leaders forecasting growth in 2017.
Of those surveyed, nearly half (45 per cent) felt their businesses would thrive regardless of access to the EU single market.
In the wider entrepreneurial and small business sector, only 56 per cent of those surveyed anticipated growth this year.
Beavis Morgan, specialist advisers to the tech sector
Being centrally located within walking distance of ‘silicon roundabout’, our technology business experts at Beavis Morgan work with many entrepreneurial businesses in the tech sector, helping them set up and run their own businesses and guiding them through each stage of the process, whilst navigating the challenges and advising them in making the right decisions both now and for the future.
We are also available to assist with ‘money back for research and development’ claims and our R&D tax credit specialists are on hand to maximise the value of any potential claim and manage the often complex process on your behalf.
If you would like to know more about how we can help you and your business, please contact Steve Govey or your usual Beavis Morgan Partner.
London Tech Week – 12-16 June 2017
London Tech Week is Europe's largest festival of technology, celebrating the “wealth of talent, innovation and investment returns available in London’s digital sector”. Hundreds of events will take across the city from 12-16th June, attracting over 40,000 visitors from all over the world.
Richard Chadwick, Director of Programmes and Development at The Prince’s Trust, explains: “The technology industry has a significant role to play in the economic future of the UK and the ability to attract talented staff to the sector will be key to its continued success. London Tech Week is helping to shine a light on developing skills in tech and it’s vital we all work together to provide young people – our future work force – with every opportunity to build the confidence and skills they need to thrive in education and employment.
More information can be found at https://londontechweek.com/