Business needs help to prosper in London’s digital economy

Small businesses and sole traders in the capital with no online presence risk falling behind in the digital economy and should be supported in being equipped with necessary digital skills, resources and infrastructure, according to a new LCCI report. With the digital economy transforming how business can engage with customers, using online platforms is crucial

Act quickly to maintain London’s reputation

London is a world-leading, global city, its reputation acting as a magnet for people and businesses. Such are the latest findings from the London Tomorrow: Shaping Future Cities thought leadership initiative. But that isn’t the full story. A rising affordability crisis is putting this reputation at risk. Unaffordable housing, high transport costs and expensive office

London must not be left behind

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has called for renewed investment ahead of next month’s Spending Review. Making representations to the Treasury the Chamber has said that the government must ensure that London is not overlooked or left behind in the push to secure roll-out of greater devolution across England. LCCI Chief Executive Colin Stanbridge (below) said: