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Birmingham's business leaders on connectivity

Birmingham, connectivity | Katie Jane Walker on October 01, 2018

With serious investment into HS2 & 5G, and the largest digital sector outside London it's now more important than ever that Birmingham's businesses capitalise on their digital potential. To support burgeoning connectivity requirements business leaders need assurance that their office space has the capacity to meet their technological needs. 

Despite connectivity being of the highest importance to business leaders when choosing an office space, companies in Birmingham continue to see a gap between their connectivity needs and the solutions they have access to, leading to cascading negative impacts. As landlords transform the service they provide to occupiers to facilitate productivity and innovation, connectivity must become a focus that will contribute to making Birmingham a more attractive place for businesses.

WiredScore commissioned Censuswide to interview 100 business leaders from Birmingham about their experiences and perceptions of Birmingham as a business hub.

 

Results:

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