With an unregulated franchising economy, world-leading vaccination rates, Brexit and government-backed unsecured loans for franchise buyers, the UK is attracting franchisors from around the globe.
From Brexit to trade wars, world affairs are having a major impact on both startups and established companies.
Time will tell if students and young entrepreneurs can thrive in a sector that may struggle to recover from such a disruptive force.
The findings are a tonic for the U.K., which has otherwise been mired in difficulties surrounding the Brexit conundrum.
Here's why entrepreneurs should consider launching a company or basing an office in the U.K.
How entrepreneurs can forge a future in the U.K. after Brexit.
A look at key facts and figures to better understand what Brexit really means for European startups.
Here are two steps that entrepreneurs can take to prepare for Brexit.
U.K. businesses need access to the best talent to grow, enter new markets and sustain their competitive advantage.
Investors in the region recorded the worst performance in 2018
As if Europe's challenges weren't enough, here comes Brexit!
In the wake of Brexit, it's not just startups in the U.K. that will need to renegotiate their relationships.
This is a moment that U.K. startups can take advantage of and spearhead the efforts to grow U.K. economy even further.
Lithuania is just one eastern European country that is alternately trying to attract the U.K. talent to leave Britain for the promise of tech innovation in the region.