Start-ups hit brick wall after EU referendum as entrepreneurs hesitate to press ahead with new ventures



The growth in the number of new companies launched in the UK has slowed dramatically since the summer Brexit vote, according to data exclusively compiled for The Mail on Sunday.
The volume of firms newly registered at Companies House had been soaring prior to the referendum, but then the rise almost ground to a halt. 
In the 100 days since June 23, fresh registrations crept up by 1.5 per cent to 152,713 but that compares with a 12 per cent rise in the number of firms launched in the first six months of the year.
The figures – compiled by company health monitor Creditsafe – appear to confirm... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Business, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail
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