New research suggests that almost 90 per cent of UK start-ups plan on hiring more staff this year, while only 1 per cent have plans to make staff cuts.
The study, which was carried out by Silicon Valley Bank, found that although start-up confidence had taken a knock since the Brexit vote, 48 per cent of small businesses still felt that their outlook for business conditions was stronger now than this time last year.
62 per cent of UK start-ups added that they did not have plans to open a European office in response to Britain’s vote to leave the bloc, while 32 per cent added that their biggest post-Referendum fear was that their non-British employees might face challenges continuing to work for them in the UK.
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