In an article for The Daily Telegraph Adrian Gregory quotes the Centre’s data and argues that businesses would benefit from greater digital knowledge.
Every year thousands of people up and down the country decide to take the leap and become entrepreneurs.
The numbers bear this out. In 2016, nearly 660,000 companies were established according to the Centre for Entrepreneurs – an increase of 50,000 from the previous year.
While some would-be entrepreneurs need greater clarity and access to information before taking the new-business plunge, there are other viable businesses that already operate that could benefit from the adoption and use of new digital technology to grow.
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