According to a survey conducted by Cisco, 40 per cent of employees already believe that next year's Games are having a positive effect on the UK's economic infrastructure.
Cisco, which is the official network infrastructure provider for both the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, also highlighted that 49 per cent of respondents are keen that the major sporting events can help the country overall.
Furthermore, more than half of those studied (51 per cent) acknowledged that the Olympics can enhance morale and patriotism across the UK.
Neil Crockett, Cisco managing director for London 2012, stated: "I am confident that London 2012 is just the starting point in building a brilliant future for the UK.
"Business, education and interest in sport and technology can all flourish as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games."
Cisco's study follows on from Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, claiming that the British jobs market has been resilient over the past 18 months.
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Source: The Sales Executive News