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Everyone’s talking about it. Too few, however, seem to have a convincing solution to the current cost-of-living crisis blighting the national (and global) economy. It’s been a rocky past few years to say the least, so it’s no surprise that many of us are seeking much-needed relief. Trouble is, it seems that things may get worse before they get better.

Accelerating inflation, breakdowns in the global supply chain, rising interest rates and insufficient pay rises – the onslaught of bad news is overwhelming for anyone. Doomscrolling seldom helps anyone. So, in the coming weeks and months, London Business Magazine will be bringing you a series of articles and reports on today’s economic landscape, to help you cut through the jargon.

With its distinct style, London Business will feature pieces written from dynamic and under-reported angles that are sure to leave you with a clearer long-term perspective. We’ll take a look at how small businesses are coping, the peculiarities of the post-Covid labour market and the present state of food insecurity. As far as solutions are concerned, London Business will also consider innovative policy ideas like a 4-day week, Universal Basic Income and the Green New Deal.

We might not be able to alleviate the hardships faced by many now, but hopefully this series will serve as a small step to prevent the crisis next time.

As part of our Over to You feature, London Business Magazine wants to hear about your stories and experiences of the cost-of-living crisis, in London and beyond. How has your business or household been impacted so far? What actions are you taking to overcome the challenges? Where do you see yourself economically by the end of the year?

If you wish to share and be featured on our pages, drop us an email at media@globalwomanclub.com


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The London Business Magazine is a leading voice of business communities across London with a mission to inform, connect and empower. Founded by Mirela Sula, our business magazine aims to share the experiences of London entrepreneurs and highlights successful and entrepreneurial business minds of all backgrounds. We envision this to be a platform that allows us to express and educate with no boundaries. With a mission to inspire, the London Business Magazine features stories of all aspects of business, from failures to successes. This publication includes, but is not limited to, expert advice, industry updates, exclusive interviews with leading business figures and the latest news on London's business community. If you want to be featured, have a story to pitch or have a few business tricks up your sleeve that you would like to share, reach out to us at media@globalwomanclub.com