Idinvest Partners launches an annual study into the UK's attitudes towards entrepreneurship
An annual study launched today by Idinvest Partners,explored the UK's attitudes towards entrepreneurship. Despite concerns that Brexit might diminish the UK's position as one of Europe's leading business hubs, 44 per cent of the UK population still considers it the best country to start a business, beating rivals Germany by a strong margin. These findings can be seen as a vote of confidence in the outlook for the UK Economy with 57 per cent of all respondents remaining optimistic for the country's economic performance over the next 12 months where participants were 10 per cent more concerned by the European Economic outlook than that of the UK. "While some future entrepreneurs will be considering their options in light of Brexit, the majority continue to see themselves as future business owners and start-up founders", said Christophe Bavière, CEO and Benoist Grossmann, Managing Partner at Idinvest Partners.