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MarketVue Business Confidence

How does the business community really feel about the economy? Comprehensive, reliable and with years of historical data, MarketVue Business Confidence gives a clear measure of the health of the GB and NI economies.

Register your interest and you’ll receive free MarketVue Business Confidence quarterly reports available at the end of January, April, July and October.

Our approach

Based on a continuous survey of over 3,500 financial decision makers in UK businesses per quarter and over 10 years of historical data, MarketVue Business Confidence is a highly reliable and detailed monitor of economic health.

Respondents are independently recruited using commercially available contact lists from providers such as Experian and Dun and Bradstreet. Our GB data is analysed by business size, region and industry sector, plus business owner age and gender for smaller businesses. NI data is tracked at a total market level.

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Telephone interviews are conducted with business decision makers from all businesses – from start-ups through to companies with £1bn turnover.


Visualise findings

Infographics are produced every quarter alongside expert analysis and interpretation of the key findings.

MVBC benefits

Highly reliable data set

Over 3,500 UK businesses are surveyed each quarter by telephone with careful vetting to ensure they are genuine decision makers.

Essential barometer

A vital tool, allowing you to quickly get a snapshot view of the health of the nation’s economy.

Expert perspectives

Highly experienced analysts from our financial services team share their interpretation of the data.

Free every quarter

Simply register here for free quarterly updates.

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