UK businesses suffering the skills gap must keep up with digital trends

News by Danielle Correa

UK Government statistics claim 72 percent of large companies and 49 percent of SMEs in the UK are currently suffering the effects of the digital skills gap.

UK Government statistics claim 72 percent of large companies and 49 percent of SMEs in the UK are currently suffering the effects of the digital skills gap.


Many business leaders find themselves in unfamiliar territory when it comes to executing their digital strategy.


Farida Gibbs, CEO and founder of Gibbs S3, says that “investing in digital teams empowers businesses with the agility to develop new products and service at speed, without diminishing the level of quality output.”


Project management as a service supports businesses to adopt digital innovation and modernise themselves in an expanding digital marketplace. Using these resources, businesses have access to digital teams with the required skills set, knowledge and experience to ensure expert execution.


“The first step to propelling the business forward, is in developing a mindset and culture across the business which promotes an innovative working environment. Businesses need to partner with the right specialists who can provide an end-to-end package – across the planning and execution of a project, making the talent management process more fluid and responsive to different business needs,” said Gibbs.


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