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While the record-tight labour market conditions are set to ease somewhat in 2023, recruitment, retention, and pay pressures will not abate as evenly. Long-standing issues, such as an ageing population, skills shortages, and structural tightness in some sectors, mean that organisations need to be prepared for a continued war for talent.
Decarbonizing our electricity system requires unprecedented efforts at the technological, economic and system integration levels. Renewable energies such as wind and solar power are a natural solution, since they are zero-carbon, technologically mature, and cost-efficient.
Launched to promote creativity and entrepreneurship, this annual competition invites students to submit business plans for social enterprises at any stage of development, from a brand new idea to an existing business with scope to grow.
Entrepreneur First aims to help make Britain the best place in the world to launch a tech start-up. It supports would-be entrepreneurs with promising technology-based business ideas in any sector, from food e-commerce to education apps.
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