London business leaders on turning the nation into an economic powerhouse
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We are delighted to announce the launch of the third publication in our Securing Britain series: Securing Britain’s Growth, in partnership with Barclays.
Why Securing Britain’s Growth?
What does Britain need to become an economic powerhouse? From Sir Richard Branson to Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Securing Britain’s Growth sees 30 British business leaders draw up their masterplans for accelerating our economic and business growth.
How can we foster a culture of entrepreneurialism? How can we best address skills gaps? What barriers stand in the way of international trade? What does Britain need to produce the next Facebook or Google? Securing Britain’s Growth addresses all of these issues, detailing action points for both businesses and the government. The aim of the publication is to make a compelling case against all business blockers that are holding the nation back.
Click the image above to read Securing Britain’s Growth online and find out what Britain need to do for:
- Boosting enterprise
- Nurturing talent
- Going global
- Driving digital
- Securing growth in key sectors
Securing Britain’s Growth’s contributors include:
Sir Richard Branson
Baroness Martha Lane Fox CBE
Matthew Hancock MP
Kelly Hoppen MBE
Tony Pidgley CBE
Hayley Parsons OBE
Graham Schuhmacher MBE
The publication has a limited print run, and has been sent to all MPs, all Lords and all CEOs and FDs of FTSE 350, AIM-listed and the top private companies. If you are interested in receiving a copy, please email frances [dot] hughes [at] londonlovesbusiness [dot] com.
The next edition in our Securing Britain series will be Securing Britain: Responsible Business, to be published in July 2014. For sponsorship and partnership opportunities, please email frances [dot] hughes [at] londonlovesbusiness [dot] com.
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