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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.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Wyre Forest

Wyre Forest showcases a diverse economic landscape, with a significant presence in administrative, transportation, and retail sectors. The area has a total of 31,718 employees, reflecting a complex employment structure. Despite a small decline in employee growth, the region maintains a robust mix of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), exporters, and companies with foreign parentage. The gender diversity in founding and directorial positions, along with a mix of young and experienced company directors, points to a dynamic business environment.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Wyre

Wyre’s economic landscape reveals a diverse range of sectors, with Construction, Wholesale and Retail Trade, and Professional, Scientific, and Technical activities leading in company numbers. Despite no IPOs, a notable 7.75% growth in employee numbers and the emergence of 28 scaleups indicate a dynamic and growing business environment. The presence of 123 exporters and 28 companies with foreign parentage underscores the region’s international business connections. The gender diversity in founding and directorship roles, though skewed towards male dominance, shows a significant female representation, especially in directorial positions.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Wychavon

Wychavon’s economic landscape is marked by a diverse range of business activities, with significant representation in sectors like Administrative and Support Service Activities, Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities, and Retail Trade. The area shows a healthy mix of established companies and new businesses, indicating an environment conducive to both business growth and entrepreneurial ventures. The gender diversity in founding and director roles, though skewed towards male dominance, shows a notable female representation.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Wrexham

Wrexham, a significant hub in the UK, exhibits a diverse economic landscape with strong sectors in construction, professional services, and retail trade. The area shows promising growth in employment and business development, though challenges in certain sectors and company continuity are evident.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Worthing

Worthing, a dynamic economic locale, displays diverse sectoral activities and promising growth patterns. The city’s economic health, marked by its employment figures and company dynamics, reflects a balanced mix of traditional and emerging industries. This report delves into key aspects such as employment, sector trends, company growth, and diversity in leadership, offering a comprehensive view of Worthing’s economic landscape.

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Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Worcester

Worcester’s economy is characterised by a diverse range of sectors with a total employment of 62,607. The city has seen notable growth in several sectors, particularly in professional, scientific, technical, and administrative support services. This diversity indicates a robust economic base with potential for further expansion.

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