PRLog - Nov. 15, 2012 - CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- The highly regarded national survey - in association with Kreston International - polls businesses throughout the technology sector to present analysis across key areas of IT and Telecoms, Life Sciences, Nanotechnology and High Value Manufacturing.
Laragh Jeanroy, Partner at PEM
While the last few years have certainly challenged organisations in the technology sector, there is a growing sense that this is beginning to ease. The Government continues to talk about the importance of the technology sector and how innovation is a key factor to stimulate growth, with a number of measures such as Patent Box and the establishment of enterprise zones already implemented.
But are they the right measures and are they having a positive effect? The banks and various other lenders state that they are open for business and that access to funding is becoming easier – but is this in fact the case? Is there a disparity across the sector or, indeed, the country?
Now is the time to voice your view, and PEM is providing a confidential platform on which to share important insights. Take part in this year’s Kreston International UK Technology survey and help achieve a comprehensive overview of the key issues currently affecting the sector on a national basis.
Says Laragh Jeanroy, Partner at PEM: “This survey is a highly influential barometer for the industry, not least because it is driven by those most experienced in the field, but it also helps to inform and guide future decision making for technology businesses throughout the UK.
“We operate within a hub of technology excellence, with an innate knowledge of what drives technology companies and an understanding that shared knowledge can enable future success”.
Currently in its fourth year, this high-profile survey is once again being distributed by each of the UK member firms of Kreston International - including PEM - to technology firms and others involved in the technology sector.
PEM will be issuing a summary of the report and its findings to the relevant government departments and policy makers, together with participants of the survey.
To participate in the survey please follow the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/
If you would like to receive a copy of the final report once it is published, please email Vicky Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to Editors
Peters Elworthy & Moore (PEM) is one of the leading independent firms of accountants, tax and business advisers in the East Anglia region, with 11 Partners and 140 staff www.pem.co.uk
PEM is within the top 60 in the UK, providing financial strategies for success.
PEM has a large and varied client base including: Owner Managed Businesses, Charities and Not-for-Profit sector, Technology, Property, Agriculture including Farming and Bloodstock as well as many Professional Firms, Partnerships and Private Clients in the region.
Kreston International Limited is a global network of independent accounting firms. Currently ranking as the 14th largest accounting network in the world, Kreston now covers 95 countries with 700 offices providing a resource of over 18,500 professional and support staff. Founded in 1971, the Kreston