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Data reports for every UK council

Find detailed reports on the economic and business activities of every council in the UK. Our reports highlight employment trends, business growth, sector dynamics and other key economic indicators of the area.
All these reports are created using Beauhurst data that is accurate as of December 31 2023.

Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in West Berkshire

West Berkshire presents a dynamic economic landscape. With a total of 207,061 employees, the region shows a healthy employment environment. Notably, there has been a significant number of company raisers, indicating robust business growth. Key sectors like Professional, Scientific, Technical Activities, and Information and Communication dominate, alongside a notable presence in Construction and Retail trade. Despite no recent IPOs, the 5.59% employee growth and the emergence of 81 scaleups showcase the area’s entrepreneurial spirit and potential for future growth.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Reigate and Banstead

Reigate and Banstead, a local council area, exhibits a dynamic economic landscape characterised by diverse sectors, consistent growth in employment, and an active business environment. The council has a robust presence in professional, scientific, technical, construction, and administrative sectors. With 75,160 total employees and a 9.25% employee growth rate, the region shows healthy economic indicators. However, it’s noteworthy that there have been no initial public offerings (IPOs), suggesting limited activity in the public markets sector.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Nuneaton and Bedworth

This report presents a comprehensive analysis of Nuneaton and Bedworth’s economic and business activities. Key focus areas include employment statistics, sector dynamics, company trends, and diversity in leadership roles. The data reveals insights into the local business ecosystem, highlighting areas of growth and sectors that are thriving.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Central Bedfordshire

Central Bedfordshire demonstrates a vibrant economic landscape marked by a diverse range of sectors and a significant number of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). With a total of 183,373 employees, the area shows dynamic economic activity. The presence of a range of sectors, notably professional, scientific, and technical activities, indicates a well-rounded economic base.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Bury

Bury’s economic landscape reveals a dynamic mix of sectors, with a significant presence in administrative, retail, real estate, and technical activities. Despite no IPOs, the city shows a healthy 5.48% employee growth and a focus on scaling up businesses, indicated by 51 scaleups. The diversity in company directors’ gender is notable, though skewed towards male dominance.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Burnley

Burnley, a vibrant town, exhibits a dynamic economic landscape with a total workforce of 32,924. The city’s economic vigor is reflected in the diversity of its top sectors, notably in trade, construction, and technical activities. Despite the absence of IPOs, Burnley shows a healthy 17.9% employee growth, indicating robust business development. The balance between traditional industries and a growing presence in technology and innovation sectors highlights the city’s adaptive economic structure.

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