Business Brexit Survey

Our Business Brexit Survey, finds that out of 850 senior business leaders, only 2 in 5 businesses feel well prepared for Brexit. 

Global Britain — A fair and managed immigration system fit for the post-Brexit economy

Global Britain- a fair and managed immigration system fit for the post-Brexit economy. A London First and PwC report.

An Employment and Skills Action Plan for London

For the first time, business leaders across London’s sectors have come together to analyse detailed evidence on current and future labour market challenges and put in place a
comprehensive and cross-cutting Employment and Skills Action Plan for London.

Growing Together — Cities and regions collaborating on shared priorities

The UK’s cities and regions compete fiercely for jobs and investment. But they also collaborate widely, taking advantage of clusters of industry excellence. Four business groups are committing to work more closely with each other to ensure the regions are better connected, share learning and grow together post-Brexit.

LloydsWorkforceSurvey

Skills Commission Consultation

London First established the London Employment and Skills Commission to tackle London’s skills crisis head on. This consultation report sets out our proposed employment and skills action plan for London — what is required of business, and government.

Skills Call for Action

Lloyds Brexit Transition Survey

Securing UK Borders

This second report in the series focuses on the implications of leaving the EU for the management of the UK’s borders. For effective management, there is a need to balance the desire for secure borders against making it as easy as possible for international business to thrive and legitimate movement to occur. The report considers how this can be done in a post-Brexit world.

Facing Facts: the impact of migrants on London, its workforce and economy

A first of its kind analysis of the role of migration on London’s economy published by London First and PwC. Facing Facts: the impact of migrants on London, its workforce and economy’ draws on a comprehensive range of information, including detailed ONS Labour Force Survey data.

London Calling- the contribution of international students to UK growth

By quantifying the impact of international students, we hope that this report will help politicians and policymakers maximise the contribution that universities and their students make to both London’s and the UK’s economic success.

London FinTech and the EU

Pre-referendum, we spoke to some of the UK’s top FinTech companies to better understand the effect of the UK leaving the EU on the capital’s FinTech sector. The report has been supported by KPMG.