London’s businesses and public have said that allowing London to set its own immigration targets (for people with key skills) is the most important thing to keep the capital successful post-Brexit, whilst tackling knife crime should be the capital’s highest priority after Brexit.
More than two in five of businesses say they are worried about the forthcoming revaluation of business rates, according to a survey carried out by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) last month. The figure rises to 55 per cent among those employing ten or more people with a third of all businesses saying
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