Companies in rural areas will miss the call of expansion if broadband isn’t made available everywhere

Evolve or die. Grow or stagnate. However you phrase it, there’s no denying the world of business is one built on movement and progress. Yet companies in rural or remote areas of the UK have found efforts to expand stymied. It’s not through failings or limitations, but because of being unable to access a utility that is now recognised as a necessity, not a luxury.