Business startups in the United Kingdom say they don’t get enough support from the UK government. Too much of the help offered today is merely focused on London’s start-up scene. Those are the findings of a new study conducted by The British Library.
Over 500 people that own businesses in the UK had been surveyed and more than 50% of those asked said they felt they would have benefited from some sort of local advice but did not get it.
A majority of those surveyed stated that the British government should be doing more to encourage people to set up a new company. Seventy percent said this would have helped them in the early years after they started their business.