Domestic red tape worries entrepreneurs more than EU bureaucracy as skills shortage looms large
What's on the minds of Europe's entrepreneurs? Insights of 2,447 private businesses across 31 European countries.
of Europe’s Entrepreneurs expect to grow in the next 12 months
loss in revenues in Europe due to skills shortage in private businesses alone
see domestic regulation as a key threat to business - rather than EU regulations
expect not to be affected by Brexit
Private businesses are the backbone of the European economy. They are in good shape and growing by focusing on their domestic markets, increasing their product and service portfolio and digitalisation. Despite the overall positive sentiment, entrepreneurs are concerned about several factors which might negatively impact their expected growth:
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"For Europe's entrepreneurs, reskilling and upskilling the current workforce, and staying adaptable is key in responding to skills shortage."
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