Help us inform Government on how technology drives productivity

Posted on 08/06/2018

As part of the Government’s strategy to improve the business environment, BEIS has launched a review of the actions that could be most effective in improving the productivity and growth of small and medium-sized businesses. This review is focused on improving the productivity of businesses with lower productivity, sometimes described as a ‘long tail’ that lags behind the leading firms and underperform relative to domestic and international benchmarks.

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