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The UK stands on the brink of an era of unprecedented change. Changes in the geopolitical landscape, rapid technological acceleration, and climate and energy issues are all pressures that require businesses to adapt and evolve. But we believe that British business is a powerful, dynamic force that has the ability to turn challenge into opportunity and drive the country forward, bringing communities together and delivering positive social and economic change.

Statistics show businesses in the UK provide livelihoods for millions of people and contribute billions of pounds to the UK economy. In 2018, Britain’s 5.6 million small and medium-sized enterprises – over 99 per cent of all businesses – delivered a combined annual turnover of £2.0 trillion.1 British businesses help build the supply chains and infrastructure that keep the whole country moving, contributing significant amounts to good causes and growing our connections with the rest of the world.

Whatever the future, our resource centre is here to help you navigate the road ahead. It is a dedicated depository of information aimed at helping you face the daily challenges of running a business. From business insightguidescase studies and digital know how, to economic and market insights and the latest on Brexit, it deliverers useful and practical guidance to support UK businesses of all shapes and sizes.

1 Rhodes, C. ‘Briefing Paper Number 06152: Business statistics’, House of Commons Library (12 December 2018)

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