What are the best UK cities for growing your business?
Posted On July 16, 2021
With the global economic downturn still in full swing, London has been the focus of many entrepreneurs looking to get their businesses up and running in the UK.
And, in fact, there are a plethora of UK cities that can help you grow your business faster than other cities around the world.
We’ve rounded up the best cities in the world for growing business, from the most affordable to the most expensive, with some notable perks like free wi-fi and free public transport.
So let’s take a look at the top five UK cities to grow your businesses, and see if you can live with the costs, or get the most bang for your buck.1.
GlasgowIf you’ve ever wanted to start a business in one of the UK’s top cities, then the best place to start is the country’s largest city.
There are lots of great reasons to start in the city, from cheaper rents to free wi and public transport to the city’s vibrant and friendly culture.
You can start your business in the heart of Leeds or the capital city’s thriving centre of Leeds, and the cost of living is often lower than that of cities in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland.
However, you’ll still need to look at things like property prices, parking, and transport costs, as the average price of a house in Leeds is around £350,000.
The city’s main attractions are the University of Leeds and the city centre, which can be a fantastic location for business or leisure.2.
AberdeenThe second city in Scotland’s largest and most important city, Glasgow is home to Glasgow University, the countrys second-largest university, as well as the country of Scotland.
The Scottish capital also has one of Europe’s largest concentrations of international students.
With its high-end nightlife, the city is also known for being one of Edinburgh’s most affordable areas, and Glasgow is also home to the Edinburgh International Airport.
It’s a city that has seen a lot of change over the last decade, with the opening of a new airport, and more recently, the opening up of a major supermarket.
The capital city of Scotland is also the home of Glasgow University and the University’s School of International Studies.
Its vibrant and exciting city centre is also a great place to set up a new business.3.
DundeeDundee is the capital of Scotland’s second largest city, and is also one of Scotlands top tourist destinations.
Its capital city is Aberdeen and it is the only place in the country to enjoy its famous “Balkan Way” (or “Bitter Lake”) in the centre of the city.
Dunde also has the world’s largest population of people, which is why the city has a thriving art scene, as you can see in the video above.
It also has some of the best schools in the Scottish capital, including Dundee’s top four universities.
There is also plenty of opportunity for business in Dundee, with its excellent public transport network and a wide range of shops and restaurants, and you can even rent a car.
Dunde also boasts the world-famous “Dundechan Way”, which takes you through the city of the same name, with beautiful views of the skyline and the famous Dundee Harbour.4.
AberdeenAn international hub of the Scottish economy, Aberdeen has a long history of producing the best in Scottish business, as it is home the University and Edinburgh Business School, as is also its second-most popular destination after Edinburgh.
The town also boasts a great food scene, with restaurants, pubs, and cafes across the city and many of the biggest names in the music industry have a base in Aberdeen.
If you’re a business looking to make your name in the international arena, Aberdeen is a great choice.