Northern Powerhouse Partner, Moneypenny, launches a new campaign ‘Future of Business’ celebrating and exploring pioneering business innovation as part of its commitment to support improvements in business productivity across the UK. With close to 700,000 new start-ups launching in 2019 in the UK (12% rise in the last 5 years), starting a business has become easier and more accessible than ever before and this series will give SMEs advice on establishing and growing their business in a constantly-changing world.
The campaign will showcase how leading businesses, such as WeWork and PwC, as well as SMEs, are adapting and embracing both technological and cultural shifts in the workplace and entire business landscape. It will explore the trends over recent years, and aim to predict the shape of business innovation in 2020 and beyond.
Featuring industry leaders, futurists, and ground-breaking SMEs, Future of Business will encompass topics ranging from how to get your business AI-ready, the benefits of ‘going officeless’ and why workplace culture is changing.
As part of Moneypenny’s commitment to productivity and innovation it recently became a partner of Be the Business a government supported, business led not-for-profit movement that aims to drive up productivity and tech adoption amongst UK SMEs.
Kate Cox, Chief Marketing Officer at Moneypenny explains:
“We pride ourselves on constantly innovating the technology we offer our clients, so we thought we’d bring this innovation to life. Working styles are changing and we want to help our clients use these technologies to further improve business productivity and to transform how we live and work in the near future.”