we tell you what the numbers mean and what you should do about them
We are different – in a very accessible, high-impact style we tell you what the numbers mean, and how this should influence policy, strategy and practice. We are economists with a vast amount of experience working with the public and private sector, and informing and influencing policy and funding outcomes.
Leicester & Leicestershire LEP (with Cambridge Econometrics)
We researched and authored 15 industry profiles for Leicester and Leicestershire including research into Covid-19 and Brexit impacts, global and UK outlook and forecasts for jobs and GVA.
West of England Economic assessment
Full economic assessment for West of England and Bristol
We researched and wrote the West of England LEP area and Combined Authority area’s first ever comprehensive economic assessment, with separate local authority economic profiles.
London Stansted Cambridge Corridor
Comprehensive economic baseline and international case studies
We managed, researched and delivered a comprehensive assessment of the economic performance and characteristics of the UK Innovation Corridor area, including seven international case studies.
Hot prospects from emerging markets
We have developed an exciting specialism over the past two years, analysing emerging markets, new technologies and the prospects for local growth
We have been working closely with a leading global foresighting consultancy and data provider to bring greater understanding and insights into the capabilities and prospects for a UK region. This includes emergent markets such as Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Space, Satellites, Biopharmaceuticals and Electric Vehicles. Please get in touch to find out more.
Local economic Assessment
Stockton-on-Tees Local Economic Assessment
Researched, wrote and copy-edited Stockton-on-Tees’s first ever local economic assessment.
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September’s the month when I begin my new company year, when the summer is over and most projects have been finished and put to bed in July and early August. Some of the highlights so far this year have included: Helping Kada Research conduct a housing retrofit study...
With the introduction of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, the winding down of ERDF and the cutting of funds for Growth Hubs – how do we deal with these changes and continue to support businesses in our local economies? I’ve lost count of the number of enterprise support...
No doubt colleagues in local and combined authorities in the UK are busy writing their Local Investment Plans to unlock their shares of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. And at a frenetic pace, with them due in at the end of July. And local partners and MPs have to...
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