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Connections are crucial to the success of any business. Visit our latest news to keep up to date with the latest business news from across the region.

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Connections are crucial to the success of any business. Visit our latest news to keep up to date with the latest business news from across the region.

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The Greater Birmingham Quarterly Business Report

The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Business Report (QBR) offers an up to date snapshot of the performance of the Greater Birmingham business community. It is the most comprehensive regular report of its kind in the city region.

Underpinning our report is data gathered from quarterly surveys on key indicators such as sales, exports, investment intentions and recruitment difficulties. The Chambers surveys businesses across the Greater Birmingham Area, which includes Solihull, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield & Tamworth, Cannock Chase and Burton-on-Trent. The Quarterly Business Report is sponsored by Birmingham City University.

Each report is launched at high profile event with a panel of experts and CEOs sharing their insights on key trends. For more information on our upcoming events visit the GBCC events calendar.


The latest Quarterly Business Report

 

44%

Increase in Domestic Sales

24%

Increase in Exports

57%

Expect Turnover to Increase

27%

Grew Their Workforce

Unsurprisingly, it was a mixed quarter for businesses across the region as they attempted to adapt to yet another bout of crippling uncertainty. During Q1 domestic demand remained broadly similar in comparison to the previous quarter, whereas export demand and hiring levels saw a notable fall.

 


Previous Quarterly Business Reports