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Apple Mac Business Users UK

The top 5 industries in the UK using Apple Macbook are computer software, education management, information technology and services, higher education, and retail.

Top 3-5 industries in the UK that use Apple computers and infrastructure

  • There is no exclusive information available publicly on the top 3-5 industries in the UK using Apple computers and infrastructure. However, according to a report published by Enlyft, about 10 percent of the companies in the United Kingdom use Apple Macbook.
  • As 10% of the companies in the UK are using Apple Macbook, we have assumed that the top 3 industries using Apple Macbook globally will also apply to the UK market. Therefore, the top 3 industries in the UK using Apple Macbook are computer software (20%), education management (6%), and information technology and services (5%).
  • Higher education and retail industries rank fourth and fifth respectively of industries in the UK using Apple Macbook.
  • The report published by Enlyft revealed that of all the businesses that are using Apple Macbook, 29% are small (<50 employees), 40% are medium-sized, and 30% are large (>1000 employees).
  • According to the Enlyft report, about 8% of companies in the UK use Apple iPad. Assuming the global report for the top industries using Apple iPad applies to the UK market, the top 3 industries using Apple iPad are computer software (15%), information technology and services (7%), and hospital and health care (4%).
  • Education management and retail industries rank fourth, and fifth respectively, on the list of industries in the UK using Apple iPad.

Fast-growing VC-backed start-ups with 75+employees in the UK

1. Lyst

  • Lyst is a London based global fashion search platform with 101-250 employees. The company has seen an increase in its valuation by 134.8 times since 2015.
  • The company has raised a total of $60.5 million in funding from 6 rounds.

2. Streetbees

  • Streetbees, founded in the year 2015, offers a human intelligence platform that collects and analyzes offline consumer behavior.
  • Streetbees has 101-250 employees and has raised a total of $57.1 million in funding from 5 rounds.
  • The company has seen its valuation increase by 24 times.

3. Blippar

  • Blippar is a UK based advertising company. The company has raised a total of $131.7 million in funding from 4 rounds.
  • The company was founded in 2011, and its valuation has increased by a factor of 9.5.

4. Moonbug

  • Moonbug is a London based global digital-first entertainment company for kids with 101 – 250 employees.
  • The company has received $265 million in funding from 2 rounds.

5. Culture Trip

Overview of the Creative Industry in the United Kingdom

  • The market size of the creative industry in the UK was £111.7 billion in 2018, which was mainly driven by the advertising and marketing sectors.
  • According to a report published by Deloitte, there were about 239,062 CCS (Cultural and Creative Sectors) companies in the UK in 2016.
  • The report published by Deloitte reveals that the value of the UK creative industry was £101.5 billion in 2017. By industries, the top industries 5 sectors in the creative industry include IT, software and games (40,620), film & TV (16,709), advertising (13,302), publishing (11,751), and music, arts and culture. (9,547).
  • From 2010 to 2017 the UK creative industry has seen a change in GVA (Gross Value Added) of 53.1 percent.
  • Since 2010, the UK creative industry has been granted approximately £13 billion of tax relief.

UK Creative industry market potential

  • According to a report published by Enlyft, only 10% of the companies in the UK market use Apple Macbook suggesting that there is a huge market potential for Apple Macbook in the UK industries sector.
  • According to the Creative Industries Federation, almost 1 in 8 businesses in the UK are creative businesses, and about 95% of them employ fewer than 10 people.
  • Between 2010 and 2018, the UK creative industry grew more than 5 times as compared to the rate of the UK economy as a whole.
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