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CIL’s latest quarterly Consumer Confidence Index is a clear reflection of the increasingly tough macroeconomic backdrop facing the UK population. Th...
Consumer Confidence Index: Winter 2022 Read more here
CIL recently surveyed 100 nursery operators to understand the key market trends affecting the early years sector. Despite a challenging macro environm...
Sector snapshot: Nursery operators Read more here
The cloud services market presents a clear opportunity for managed service providers to profitably serve customers in both the private and public clou...
Head in the Clouds Read more here
Buy & build is a favoured investment strategy for many, but it can be hard to know which sectors will deliver maximum returns. CIL’s Buy & Build Opp...
European Buy & Build Opportunity Index Read more here
The supply and demand imbalance playing out across UK healthcare is delaying both diagnosis and treatment for many conditions, creating significant is...
NHS Supply & Demand: Closing the Gap Read more here
This is the first time that many of today’s investors will be operating in a period of high inflation. But with the IMF expecting inflation in the O...
How should PE navigate high inflation? Read more here
Inflation is back. With prices rising at the fastest rate for 40 years, many businesses remain unprepared. In this article, CIL’s Pricing Director, ...
The smart response to inflation Read more here
For many years, marketing services have been dominated by publicly listed holding companies. However, a new breed of digital-first group, with a very ...
Building a digital agency group Read more here
The green agenda is a major driver of change in the built environment, with political will and societal need disrupting a conventionally mature segmen...
Heating up: the data behind the debate on green homes Read more here