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West London Business Brexit Survey results | Seeking your advice on how to support your business' productivity and competitiveness

Dear colleagues,
Thank you to the many of you that responded to our recent Brexit survey.  This is already informing both our work and that of our partners.
What you told us…
Opportunities ahead
  • Increasing growth in exports, reaching out to new markets beyond the EU
  • Work with partners to address underlying challenges of a fast growing economy & society: Housing, NHS, schools
  • Increased competitiveness of exports from a weaker pound
  • Securing more inward investment into West London
  • Accelerate our focus on increasing efficiency/ productivity
  • Promoting brand (West) London as an international, outward facing city
Top priorities for local authorities, City Hall and Government 
  • Minimise change in EU trading relationship
  • Business support (i.e. Funding, advice and training): “Substantial training and funding for start-ups, not token ‘Dragons Den' type schemes”
  • Reduce business rates
  • Reduced regulations / red tape – create a more entrepreneur-friendly environment
  • Active listening and cooperation with business community
  • Infrastructure investment: “Heathrow…Old Oak… Crossrail 2… HS2… housing”
  • Reduce uncertainty around Brexit with more information, a roadmap and faster decisions
  • Boost your local procurement, particularly accessible to SMEs
Four key areas in which you are seeking support
  1. Developing future skills / recruitment strategy post-Brexit
  2. Advice and support regarding potential impacts on EU nationals
  3. Increasing our productivity/ competitiveness
  4. Managing the impact of exchange rates
We are pressing on with plans to develop support in response to areas 1, 2 and 4.

We now need your input to deepen our understanding of area 3, the productivity and competitiveness challenges and opportunities facing your business.  

All individual responses will remain confidential, but the overall results will be disseminated to our network of partners to inform how we work together to support local businesses moving forward.

We would appreciate 7 minutes of your time to reflect and answer 11 questions.
Complete the survey
Yours sincerely,

Andrew Dakers
Chief Executive
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PS. In parallel with this survey, the West London Education & Skills Commission are running a survey to gather the insights of HR leaders on the specific HR challenges facing West London employers. Please share this with your HR colleagues.
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