Essex Business Podcast: Crystal ball gazing - What will 2023 hold for Essex businesses?
As 2022 comes to an end (hooray will be the cry of many!), what challenges will 2023 offer and how will Essex likely rise to these challenges?
With at least a whiff of uncertainty still likely to be hanging in the air, what will 2023 hold in store for the under-pressure Essex businessperson? Will we be soaring skyward or bumping along the runway?
In this last episode of the year, we hear from Ann Scott, Development Manager at the Essex Federation of Small Businesses , who gives a county-wide perspective of what 2023 might look like for businesses, and Sarah McKee-Harris, Managing Director at the Kingswood Group , discusses hybrid working, employee wellbeing and how employers are adapting to new expectations.
Plus, Councillor Marie Goldman, Deputy Leader of Chelmsford City Council and Chair of the North Essex Economic Board (NEEB), looks at what support is available for the Essex businesses who need it.
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