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The Next Normal

The COVID-19 pandemic is a full-stop on business as usual. Explore all of our insights on how companies and leaders can reset for growth beyond coronavirus.

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Facing the future: Britain’s new industrial revolution

– By embracing new technologies, UK manufacturers have an opportunity to reinvigorate their sector.
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Facing the future: How UK businesses can thrive in the next normal

– The UK economy has been profoundly shaken, and reshaped, by the COVID-19 pandemic—just as the country has entered a new trading relationship with the EU. Although the route to recovery and growth will be different for every business and every sector, each will require a combination of strategic foresight and built-in agility.

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When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?

– This article updates our perspectives on when the coronavirus pandemic will end to reflect the latest information on vaccine rollout,... variants of concern, and disease progression. In the United Kingdom and the United States, we see progress toward a transition to normalcy during the second quarter of 2021. The new wave of cases in the European Union means that a similar transition is likely to come later there, in the late second or third quarter. Improved vaccine availability makes herd immunity most likely in the third quarter for the United Kingdom and the United States and in the fourth quarter for the European Union, but risks threaten that timeline. The timeline in other countries will depend on seven crucial variables. And when herd immunity is reached, the risks will not vanish; herd immunity may prove temporary or be limited to regions in a country.
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Survey: UK consumer sentiment during the coronavirus crisis

– Optimism about the economic recovery in the United Kingdom has reached its highest recorded level during the COVID-19 crisis,... having almost doubled since November.
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The economic case for reskilling in the UK: How employers can thrive by boosting workers’ skills

– In about 75 percent of cases, it pays for an organisation to reskill an employee—yet few do this systematically. Here’s... why, and what companies should do differently.
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Survey: UK B2B decision maker response to COVID-19 crisis

– The next normal of sales: What has changed and how to win
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Problems amid progress: Improving lives and livelihoods for ethnic minorities in the United Kingdom

– Britain has made progress on advancing ethnic equality. But minorities are still disadvantaged in many ways, and some groups are... particularly vulnerable to economic shocks.
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Agile resilience in the UK: Lessons from COVID-19 for the ‘next normal’

– Agility has been a useful attribute for many global and UK-based organizations weathering the COVID-19 crisis. Here’s how... they can build on agile practices for more long-term operational resilience.

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The next generation of entrepreneurialism

The next generation of entrepreneurialism

McKinsey Venture Academy

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

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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Working in the United Kingdom

Whether you would like to explore a range of sectors or specialize in a particular industry, you can pursue your interests in McKinsey’s London office. With its diverse mix of clients, the office provides opportunities to work in a host of different industries with the support of a close-knit community of consultants.

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