Insight Data provider of market intelligence, has shared the findings of its latest market research project, providing a comprehensive overview of the industry’s views on Brexit.
The Brexit report aims to provide a current snapshot of the thoughts, feelings and preparations of business across the Fenestration industry, as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. The research benefits from the real-word experiences and predictions of the Top 500 companies within the fenestration industry.
Insight’s in-house research team quizzed businesses on a range of topics relating to Brexit, including their views on a ‘no-deal’ exit, a potential rise in import costs and the outlook for industry post-Brexit. The report also asks businesses for their predictions for the UK economy in the immediate aftermath of leaving the European Union.
The new Brexit report, along with Insight’s research projects into the commercial aluminium and conservatory roof market are available to download for free from the Insight Data website. They can be accessed through the ‘downloads’ section of the Resource Centre.
Jade Greenhow, Operations Director at Insight Data comments: “ “Our in-house research team has worked incredibly hard to create an in-depth, no-nonsense report that really demonstrates the industry’s thoughts and feelings on Brexit.”
“While it clearly demonstrates the confidence of the industry – with 77% believing their businesses will prosper in the event of a ‘no-deal’ exit, responses were far more reserved when it came to the state of the UK economy in the six months after we leave.
“Reports like this really demonstrate the strength of Insight Data and our wide range of services. Whether customers work with our specialist research team, use Salestracker, or our email marketing platform, they also get to take advantage of this unrivalled market intelligence to build high-impact campaigns, accurately assess different markets and strategically plan ahead.”
To download a free copy of the Brexit Report visit: insightdata.co.uk/downloads