From the Consul's Desk

Brexit, 12 Principals, Spring Budget, Minister Visit, and Trade & Investment Report

There’s a mood of stability and confidence coming out of the UK. There’s more certainty over the Brexit process, with a bill going through Parliament that will give the Prime Minister the authority to trigger Article 50 and launch the UK’s EU exit negotiations in time for the Prime Minister’s own deadline of the end of March. 

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement to Parliament

The Autumn Statement was delivered to Parliament by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond on 23rd November 2016.

Post-EU referendum changes, FDI figures, welcome to Andrew Whittaker and more…

Post-EU referendum changes, FDI figures, welcome to Andrew Whittaker and more...

UK budget, EU deal, bards, bugs and boats

UK budget, EU deal, bards, bugs and boats!

UK Chancellor’s 5-year £4 trillion plan, SDSR & Aid Strategy Review

At the end of November, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement which reported on the health of the UK economy, and the British Government’s spending plans for the next 5 years.

Budgets, life sciences, space and a visiting UK tech sector specialist

I was invited to talk to a Seattle-based group of angel investors in June about the advantages of choosing the UK as a gateway for business to Europe.

Interactive Trade Map

The British Embassy in Washington DC has created an interactive trade map showing the wealth of trade and investment between the UK and the US, including at state level.

New Website on EU-US Trade

The Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership agreement (TTIP) could be of huge benefit to our member companies on both sides of the Atlantic.

UK elections, Cray chooses UK, UKTI, and a budget on 8 July

On 7 May, Britain went to the polls, took the pollsters completely by surprise and decisively elected a majority Conservative Government.

Consul’s Note: March 2015

Want to double your international sales? Then move your CEO to London.