There are long-lasting benefits for British businesses following the country's hosting of the London 2012 Games. That's the conclusion of a new report commissioned by Lloyds Banking Group.
A report called The Economic Impact of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games spells great news for businesses throughout the country. A number of long-lasting industry benefits are expected across many sectors and the report also highlights the sociological advantages London 2012 will make on the country.
The importance of the economic impact report's findings for British business can be highlighted by the country's role in world sport. At the start of what many commentators are calling a "golden decade of sport", the UK is hosting a number of sporting events over the next five years. These include:
Although none has the scale of the London 2012 Games, each will bring in its own economic benefits to businesses, infrastructure and industry. And as highlighted in the impact report, these benefits will not just be felt by those closest to the action.
The Economic Impact of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, produced by Oxford Economics on behalf of the Bank, is split into six main areas:
To download your copy, visit http://www.lloydsbankwholesale.com/London-2012/economic-impact-report/
One of the main findings of the Economic Impact Report is that the legacy of the 2012 Games will be felt long after the last of the Olympians and Paralympians has left London.
To help showcase these benefits, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has created a guide called "Extending Horizons" which highlights both the business and sporting legacy of the London 2012 Games.
The guide is packed with tips and guidance to help British businesses of all sizes access growth opportunities, both within the UK and globally. Among the Guides' highlights are:
Download a copy of the guide.
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