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Latest Enterprise News


Global businesses agree a G7 'wish list'

Global business groups have agreed a set of proposals to promote economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, which will be put to next month's G7 summit in the UK.


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Climate needs 'firm plans not just fine words'

The US and UK have ambitious targets to tackle carbon emissions - the questions many experts have is who will pay and how the plans will be implemented.
Harbour in Malta

Malta, Austria, Portugal Are Home to the World's Best Investment Migration Programs

The Investment Migration Programs 2021 is Henley & Partners latest report on the top countries in the Global Residence Programs Index.

Brexit leaves finance sector in limbo

The UK's financial services sector has been left in limbo despite the 11th-hour trade deal on goods struck between London and Brussels just before the end of the Brexit transition period on December 31.

UK Inward Investment


Vaccine rollout boosts UK services, manufacturing

Government plans to ease pandemic restrictions in the coming months has led to a sharp rebound in the fortunes of both the service sector and manufacturing in the UK.

UK tech investment hits record levels

Despite Brexit, the UK’s tech startups attracted more investment from venture capitalists last year than any other country except for the US and China, according to the 2021 annual report from Tech Nation.

Metro mayors 'should lead levelling up plans'

The government's commitment to “spreading prosperity across every part of the UK” will not be realised by simply relocating civil servants from the prosperous South East to less affluent regions, a new report has warned.



Spending review: business backs infrastructure plan

Business leaders have broadly welcomed the year-long Spending Review announced by the UK government on Wednesday, particularly a renewed emphasis - and more spending - on infrastructure projects.
Illustration of a green globe in a forest

Climate action 'will enable post-Covid recovery'

Speedy and bold initiatives by governments on climate change could be the catalyst for a global economic recovery in the post-pandemic era, according to the head of the UK's largest business organisation.
Summer Issue 2020 Out Now

Relocate Magazine Summer 2020 issue – out now!

The focus of the Summer Issue is recovery and taking inspiration from around the world on supporting people and organisations back to work.

Political Climate

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PwC confident of EU financial services deal

The European Union will eventually agree a post-Brexit deal with the UK over financial services because the bloc "needs London", according to one of the 'Big Four' multinational professional services firms.
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UK 'must look to Indo-Pacific trade'

The UK should pursue new trade deals with large and fast-growing economies beyond Europe, particularly in the Indo-Pacific, according to a new government report.
A woman at a laptop holds graphics of people illustrating an article about job vacancies

Recovery roadmap leads to vacancies surge

Vacancies across the UK recorded a 10%, week-on-week rise at the end of February ahead of the easing of government lockdown restrictions, according to a new survey.

David Sapsted Reports

Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Relocate.

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