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I found this and thought people might find it useful to see what our research showed us about the regions around the UK.  The background is given as:

Microsoft UK recently carried out online research, in conjunction with You.Gov to find out where in Britain most small businesses were being formed and to see if there was any correlation between geographies and the types of vertical sectors that dominated the small business landscape. It also sought to identify how successful small businesses were developing their business and their employees, and where they were investing money to help it succeed further. This site highlights the key findings for each of the UK regions excluding Northern Ireland (regions defined by Government Office).

If you go to http://regionalhotspots.co.uk/default.htm and hover over the icons on the map you can learn more.




Posted Fri, May 4 2007 12:04 AM by David Overton
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