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    Brexit Impact Statements: Cutting through the uncertainty

    Brexit Impact Statements: Cutting through the uncertainty

    The result of the EU referendum has led to considerable uncertainty for a large number of industries in the United Kingdom. IBISWorld’s Brexit Impact Statements analyse the latest threats, opportunities and developments affecting each of the 400+ reports in our library. IBISWorld’s Brexit Impact Statements identify the key effects that the UK’s decision to leave […]

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    Tricks of the trade: How UK industries could be affected by Britain’s exit from the European Union

    Tricks of the trade: How UK industries could be affected by Britain’s exit from the European Union

    The UK’s decision to leave the European Union following a nationwide referendum on 23 June 2016 looks set to have significant consequences. Regardless of the eventual outcome or timeframe of the negotiations, the United Kingdom has been thrown into a period of uncertainty. As the government unravels and the economy moves into unchartered territory, IBISWorld […]

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    Brexit fever: EU referendum turns up the heat on industries reliant on low-skilled labour

    Brexit fever: EU referendum turns up the heat on industries reliant on low-skilled labour

    On 23 June 2016 a referendum will be held to determine whether the United Kingdom remains in or leaves the European Union. One of the rules of EU membership is free movement for EU citizens, which allows EU citizens to work in any member state. As the two sides fight it out, the public will […]

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    Winter wonderland: Six industries expected to get what they want this Christmas

    Winter wonderland: Six industries expected to get what they want this Christmas

    According to IBISWorld industry analyst Christopher Edwards, strong online sales and buoyant consumer conditions should help retailers have the most wonderful time of the year. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for retailers. Domestic demand has remained robust over 2015, while low unemployment, a falling household savings rate, increased consumer borrowing, rising house […]

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    Getting a head start: The best industries to enter for future success

    Getting a head start: The best industries to enter for future success

    According to IBISWorld industry analyst Christopher Edwards, looking to growing segments within certain industries could provide a kick-start for potential entrants. When considering which industry will provide fertile ground to start a business in, it is not always the most obvious choice that generates the most success. The right mix of life cycle stage, barriers […]

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    Industries: Not such risky business

    Industries: Not such risky business

    Risk is something that all businesses take into account when making decisions. Whether you’re looking at investing, lending, expanding or making changes, any information on the risks involved is important. Decisions take time and the ability to monitor risk down the line will help to ensure you’re not caught out. Expectations of declining risk in […]

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    Winners of the World Cup: UK industries hopeful for a big home win

    Winners of the World Cup: UK industries hopeful for a big home win

    The biggest party in world football is set to begin in Brazil, the spiritual home of football. As the debate rumbles over the likely legacy for the host country, IBISWorld looks at the expected impact back where the game began and anticipates a boost of £1.4 billion for certain industries. Every four years a sense […]

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    Performance drama in the arts

    The Performing Arts industry, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), includes live theatrical presentations, concerts,  opera or dance productions and other stage productions. This includes activities of groups, circuses or companies, orchestras or bands and activities of individual artists such as actors, dancers, musicians, lecturers or speakers. The industry excludes activities of artistic […]

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