Results of techUK's Digital Economy Monitor - H1 2023
After a challenging downturn in the latter half of 2022, our latest round of the Digital Economy Monitor reveals a tech sector that is cautious, yet optimistic about its potential to grow. However, uncertainty over the UK’s economic outlook as well as concerns over investment, infrastructure, and the effects of regulation could cut this optimism short
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