Midlands entrepreneurs see bright future but skills shortage poses threat – EY

RESEARCH from accountancy and advisory firm EY has revealed that 90% of entrepreneurs in the Midlands have increased their headcount, with 30% of these businesses creating more than 50 new jobs.

The EY survey also revealed that almost all of the entrepreneurs surveyed (93%) expect their turnover to increase in the next three years.

However, just 30% feel that they are able to attract the right talent, suggesting that the Midlands skilled labour market remains challenging for many businesses.

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