Economy Business June 6, 2014

Should Britain's SMEs be Afraid of Scottish Independence?


As the Scottish vote for independence draws closer, our latest research reveals how Vistage CEOs and MDs are remaining confident despite some commentators fears of economic uncertainty and an independent Scotland. The research states that almost threee quarters of British SMEs seem unconcerned with the potential of any negative impact on their businesses as a result of the vote for an independent Scotland, with only 21% of respondents speculating negative implications for their companies.

You can see the infographic below for an overview of our findings.



Download the full Confidence Index report:  

  Vistage SME Confidence Index Q1 2014

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