ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM)™ started in 2003 and is one of the UK’s longest running, most comprehensive and highly respected business confidence surveys.
Business confidence – Steve Plaskitt, Partner, Tait Walker on behalf of ICAEW The latest findings from the quarterly ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM) will give an indication of the overall direction of the economy, what is driving change and highlights the key concerns of UK.
Planning and economic development – Ross Lillico, Economics Director, LichfieldsThe logistics sector has changed dramatically in recent years. This has disrupted the traditional supply chain model, increasing demand for premises in, or near to, urban areas. This presents a number of planning challenges for local authorities particularly in areas that may not traditionally have viewed themselves as logistics locations. Lichfields has researched the views of a selection of local authority planning and economic development officers to understand approaches to planning for the needs of the ‘last mile logistics’ sector.
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Steve Plaskitt, Partner, Tait Walker – on behalf of ICAEWSteve joined Tait Walker in 2002 and was promoted to partner in 2005. He has over 20 years’ experience of advising owners of small and medium sized businesses in the North of England on company acquisitions and disposals and helps businesses to access fundraising. He has advised on all aspects of SME Corporate Finance from due diligence, valuations, mergers, acquisitions, company disposals, equity fund raising, business planning, bank finance, management buy outs / buy ins and strategic decision making.He has advised on many cross border acquisitions and disposals including successfully completing deals with companies from Japan, Taiwan, Canada, USA, France, Germany, Ireland and Scandinavia.As an experienced Corporate Financier he adds value to the strategies and processes involved with selling a company or seeking additional finance. Much of what he does is based around strategy at board level to work closely with clients, their lawyers and funders
Ross Lillico, Economics Director Lichfields Ross joined Lichfields in 2004 and leads the Newcastle office’s Economics Team, providing specialist advice to a range of public and private sector clients. His experience covers economic impact, economic strategy and business case development, as well as assessing the economic footprint of corporate clients or industrial sectors.Recent project experience includes support on major local development proposals including the Newcastle Eye and the International Advanced Manufacturing Park and Ross is currently working with the Tees Valley Combined Authority and central Government on the development of a Local Industrial Strategy for the area.
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