As it is announced that the 47th G7 Summit is to be held in the beautiful Carbis Bay, Cornwall, this serves as a reminder, amongst uncertain fiscal times, that the United Kingdom is indeed a centre of global economic excellence.
Now, more than ever is a time to celebrate the innovation that originates from the UK.
Boris Johnson has vowed to make Britain a world leader in low-cost clean energy with the launch of the Government’s ten point climate action plan for a green industrial revolution this week, taking us a step closer to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.
The need for geospatial intelligence has never been so great. Today’s global challenges are reinforcing a growing requirement for precise location information and situational awareness insight about assets, resources, vehicles and people. This is for economic reasons as well as environmental and societal.
Currently the UK digital economy is relatively small The Economist magazine recently observed: despite appearances, the UK digital economy is still relatively small. The digital economy contributes 7% of national output; only 5% of jobs and 9% of businesses form …