UK SMEs: how is your business experiencing current levels of inflation?

We’re keen to hear how small and medium sized businesses in the UK are affected by a sharp rise in inflation and rising energy bills

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1/21/2022 1:35:00 PM

We’re keen to hear how small and medium sized businesses in the UK are affected by a sharp rise in inflation and rising energy bills

We’re keen to hear how small and medium sized businesses in the UK are affected by a sharp rise in inflation and rising energy bills

Photograph: Andy Rain/EPAUK inflation figures rise to highest in almost 30 years official data shows. An energy bill reading at a home in London, Britain, 19 January 2022.Photograph: Andy Rain/EPAThu 20 Jan 2022 11.46 GMTLast modified on Thu 20 Jan 2022 11.47 GMT

UK inflation figures have risento their highest in almost 30 years, and energy costs are expected to increase further this year.We’d like to hear from owners of small or medium sized UK businesses about how their enterprises are affected by skyrocketing costs.

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UK inflation figures rise to highest in almost 30 years official data shows. An energy bill reading at a home in London, Britain, 19 January 2022. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA UK inflation figures rise to highest in almost 30 years official data shows. An energy bill reading at a home in London, Britain, 19 January 2022. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA Thu 20 Jan 2022 11.46 GMT Last modified on Thu 20 Jan 2022 11.47 GMT UK inflation figures have risen to their highest in almost 30 years , and energy costs are expected to increase further this year. We’d like to hear from owners of small or medium sized UK businesses about how their enterprises are affected by skyrocketing costs. Share your experiences