(PRWEB UK) 8 March 2012
The last decade has witnessed revolutionary changes to businesses across the globe. Developments ranging from the Eurozone crisis to the advent of social media have had a colossal impact on the way businesses are now run.
Premierline Direct, the business insurance specialists, have conducted exclusive interviews with industry experts across all sectors, including The Telegraph’s Technology Blogger, Alexis Dormandy, and Social Enterprise Expert Paul Leppit to paint a picture of what the future of small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) may look like over the next ten years.
Duncan Carter, Head of Premierline Direct explains the reasons behind collating the research:
“It’s an exciting yet challenging time for small to medium businesses in the UK. It’s vital for entrepreneurs to look ahead and plan for changes that will inevitably take place if they want to safeguard their future.
If there’s one thing we can all learn from this study, it’s that businesses will need to be flexible and innovative in the years to come to ensure the continuation of their success.”
You can see a visualisation of the results, along with exclusive transcripts of the interviews by viewing the interactive tool. Simply hover over the dots to read the headlines, and click ‘read more’ to see the full interview or quotation.
Notes to Editors:
Premierline Direct is part of the Global Allianz Group and provides cover to a wide range of industries from shops and offices to hotels and manufacturing, tailoring its insurance packages to meet the diverse needs of each business.