An entrepreneur’s guide to growth

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Being an entrepreneur is just the beginning. Building a successful and sustainable business requires strong leadership, management and an understanding of how the finance team can drive growth.

Speaking at Access’s Springboard to Growth conference in the Forest of Arden last week, Guy Rigby of Smith & Williamson outlined his principles for building a viable business....

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    By query
    16th Oct 2013 10:09

    what does he know?

    respectfully, he's just an accountant with a fancy title.

    if he was that good, he wouldn't still be working for living...

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    By RFL H
    16th Oct 2013 13:49

    Did you read it?

    I thought it was sound advice from someone who does know.

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    By Bagel
    17th Oct 2013 12:22

    A world turned upside down, and the Entrepreneurial State

    Anyone considering economic growth more globally might find the R4 Business programme by Peter Day interesting:

    - though if you've come across 'post-fordism' before some of it will be familiar.

    Equally interesting is his discussion with Prof Mariana Mazzucato about her book The Entrepreneurial State, and the role the public sector has played (especially - maybe surprisingly so? - in the USA).



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    17th Oct 2013 13:02

    thanks for sharing.

    Businessmen need to revist these to make sure skills, attributes, strategies are updated.

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