Andy Scott, Economist at HiFX, joined the programme to share his view on the Autumn Statement. We started by asking a comment on Hammond's pledge that Britain will have to borrow £122 billion more over the next five years than it planned before June's Brexit vote.
Chris Justham, Relationship Manager for Seven Investment Management, joined Share Radio to discuss the City of London's reaction to the Autumn Statement. We started by asking him about Hammond's growth predictions being cut as a result of the Brexit vote.
In his Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond has revealed a plan to unlock a billion pounds worth of new finance to help firms grow and resist overseas takeovers because of the weak pound. Share Radio's Matt Cox heard from tech consultant Chris Green to find out more.
Swiss watch exports plunged 16% in October, the biggest monthly drop in seven years. The Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry said demand weakened in nearly every major market for timepieces, such as Rolex and Omega. So is it a race against time for the Swiss watchmaking industry, or will it manage to beat the clock? Matt Cox spoke with Rob Corder, Editor of WatchPro, a Market Intelligence publication for the British Watch Industry.
The software industry contributes £125 billion to the UK economy, according to a report from The Software Alliance. The organisation says the software industry alone supports nearly 2.6 million jobs, and invests around £1.7 billion into research and development. But will the UK software industry have the same clout in post-Brexit Britain? Matt Cox has been speaking to Thomas Boué, Director General of Policy at The Software Alliance.
Marcus Mason, Head of Business at the British Chambers of Commerce, joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the expectations of the Autumn Statement. It's the first one delivered by the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, after only being in the job for a few months, and Marcus discussed whether there will be an eradication or softening of the previous Chancellor's policies.
The Westminster Media Forum is debating trends in marketing towards millennials and Generation Z – young people aged around 18 to 34 years old. But some industry experts believe old advertising models aren't appropriate for the new era of consumers, so what can be done? Matt Cox has been speaking to Adrian Day, an Independent brand, marketing, and communications strategy consultant, to find out.
Chris Tanner, Director at John Laing Environmental Assets Group, joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk on the company’s latest half year results. JLEN is a unique infrastructure fund investing in a balanced portfolio of renewable energy assets including wind, solar, waste processing and wastewater. So how did they perform?
Ben Habib, CEO of First Property Group, joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the company’s latest interim results. First Property Group is a property fund manager and investor with operations in the United Kingdom and Central Europe. So what do the results reveal?
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