It’s finally December, and almost time to say goodbye to 2016. It’s been an unforgettable year no matter how you look at it.
With two huge political shocks with Brexit and Donald Trump, and sadly losing so many talented and loved artists, many will be happy to see the start of 2017.
Rainbird Chairman James Duez speaks to The Huffington Post about how the macro economic forces at play as a result of Brexit, primarily a weak Pound and the fears that that UK start-ups will not have the same free access to talented labour markets – caused something of a pause as investors stopped to consider the impact to their portfolios – especially those in the US.
Click Here to read the The Huffington Post article.