Why this expat business is moving back to Britain

Language, talent and time zones were a powerful pull for Hong-Kong based international schools group Nord Anglia Education.

by Stephen Jones

There’s no doubt that breaking away from the European Union will affect the way Britain does business on the global stage. But there’s one thing that clearly won’t be changing. Geographically speaking, we aren’t actually leaving Europe - and that comes with certain benefits.

At least that’s according to Andrew Fitzmaurice, Chief Executive of international schools group Nord Anglia Education, which is returning to the UK after seven years headquartered in Hong Kong.


NORD ANGLIA EDUCATION IN BRIEF

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