Business, Innovation and Skills Committee

The digital economy inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Scope of the inquiry

This inquiry focuses on Government actions affecting businesses in the digital economy; how to maximise the opportunities and overcome challenges in the sector; and how the sector can contribute to improving national productivity. It considers how businesses can best adapt to the rapidly changing environment and utilise digital infrastructure to improve their performance, and what the Government can do to ensure that the UK can play a leading role in taking advantage of digital technologies.

Terms of reference: the digital economy Send a written submission

Latest evidence

  • 12 Jan 2016 - The Digital Economy - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF386 KB) HC 571 | Published 18 Jan 2016

    Evidence given by Patrick Robinson, Head of Public Policy in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Airbnb, and Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive, British Hospitality Association; Russell Gould, Chief Operating Officer, Everline, Gareth Mann, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Contact, Olly Betts, Chief Executive Officer, Business.Finance.Compared.Com, and Matt Hammerstein, Managing Director, Customer and Consumer Engagement, Barclays Bank (at 10.15am).

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