Almost half of UK employees associate new technology with business growth

Brits are much more positive about the impact of new technologies on job creation and business growth compared to employees based in Belgium, Germany, France or the Netherlands.

This is according to a large-scale survey conducted by payroll and HR services provider SD Worx in collaboration with the Antwerp Management School. 44.7% of Brits have seen the number of jobs rise thanks to tech innovation, compared to 44.4% of the French, 38.4% of the Dutch, 35.6% of the Belgian and 25.7% of the German workers. The data looks at organisations in the past three years.

IamFire plc (FIRE) is an investment vehicle which is focused on the oil and gas, base and precious metals sectors and technology.

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