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Russam GMS calls on Interim Managers to define how Britain will grow

Russam GMS calls on Interim Managers to define how Britain will grow

Interims asked to cut through political rhetoric about growth and offer practical solutions for business To coincide with its annual summer congress, award-winning Interim Management Provider Russam GMS has launched a competition calling on interim managers and entrepreneurs to define exactly where Britain’s growth is going to come from.

Charles Russam, Chairman of Russam GMS says, “Politicians, the media and economists talk a lot about growth – but what does that actually mean? What should businesses be doing at a grass roots level to achieve it? British Interims work at the heart of UK plc they know what is actually happening in businesses right now and will have the answers. We are not looking for interims to come up with business plans – we want creative and practical suggestions that cut right through the superficial rhetoric and provide practical measures the government and businesses can implement today to generate growth.”

To win the competition, participants must email in their creative and practical suggestions and action points for government and businesses. Gold, Silver and Bronze prize winners will be announced at Russam’s & lsquo;Going for Gold’ summer congress – a one day conference for Interims on 3rd July at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in London.

Charles Russam added: “We are launching this competition to coincide with our annual summer congress where speakers including Martyn Pellew, President of the British Chambers of Commerce John Philpott, Chief Economic Advisor to the CIPD Huw Hilditch-Roberts, Director in Charge of the Institute of Consulting and Lucy Armstrong, Chairman of the CBI’s SME Council amongst others will debate key issues about the economy, growth, the world of work, international markets, what is happening in different industry sectors as well as the funding issues affecting SMEs and how interims can support SME owners with such challenges.”

“Just last weekend Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange Group stated that growth is going to come from SMEs who now account for one third of UK gross value added. We want to hear from Interims just how this growth can be realised by SMEs. All our entries will be collated and submitted to government on behalf of the interim management industry. We will also publish all entries on our website following the conference.”

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