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You are hereHome / City accountancy and business advisory firm partners with CBI on the London Business Survey 2019

7 Aug 2019

City accountancy and business advisory firm, Wilson Wright, has partnered with the CBI on the London Business Survey.

Wilson Wright is one of three partners behind the survey, alongside the London School of Economics (LSE) and Russell Reynolds Associates.

The survey gives London businesses the opportunity to make their voices heard by policymakers and the Government.

Wilson Wright will be focussing specifically on access to finance and scaling up – both key specialisms for the firm.

Adam Cramer, CEO at Wilson Wright, said:

“We are excited to be partnering with the CBI, the LSE and Russell Reynolds Associates for the London Business Survey, which will play a key role in informing policymakers and the Government in the run-up to next year’s mayoral elections.

Access to finance and scaling up are two of the biggest challenges facing growing businesses in the capital and the survey is a great opportunity to demonstrate the practical challenges that business owners are facing every day.

I would encourage every business in London to take part in the survey to ensure that it has maximum impact and their voice is heard.”

Adam Cramer

Eddie Curzon, CBI London Director, said:

“We are delighted to partner with Wilson Wright, LSE and Russell Reynolds Associates to re-launch our London Business Survey.

The Survey has long been an important barometer of London firms’ feelings on the challenges and opportunities facing the capital, from infrastructure and Brexit to talent, innovation and world-class commercial research.

By working together with City Hall and the Government, the capital’s business community can make London an even more attractive city within which to live, work and invest.”

Eddie Curzon

The results of the CBI London Business Survey 2019 will be revealed in September.

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