Category: Business information

London’s businesses support stronger councils within the capital

The government’s ‘devolution revolution’ across England is welcome, if a tad late. Giving more powers to local decision makers in various city regions will unlock potential for future prosperity. However Whitehall has largely left London out of the process, perhaps because our city has a mayor and assembly but that would ignore that London’s devolutionary

Why London businesses should get secure online

Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Digital Economy, wants security to be an enabler, and one which can bring competitive advantage. The UK has wholeheartedly embraced Internet technology. We’re world leaders in e-commerce: we spend a staggering £557 billion every year and four in five people bought something online over the past year. We have some

Rwanda and Tanzania trade targets for London business

East Africa is a regular destination for London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Trade Missions with Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda providing the usual market stops. This year however Rwanda was selected for a trade visit. Mission manager Ruma Deb reports. Last month marked LCCI’s and UKTI London’s first visit to Rwanda, hardly surprising

Indian PM at Wembley

In front of 60,000 people, the largest reception in the UK for any foreign leader, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in November of how he wished to develop his country into an economic powerhouse and achieve, by 2019, an environmentally-clean India and 24-hour electricity for all citizens. Many LCCI Asian Business Association (ABA) members were in