Manchester marketing company Online Ventures Group has released an official whitepaper looking into predictions for the city’s business scene in 2014, and a number of influential business people have been included in it.
With commentaries detailing the predictions of some of the most important people in the Manchester business community, Online Ventures’ whitepaper delves into the topic of precisely what will happen to the city’s economy and business infrastructure in the coming year.
The whitepaper, which is titled ’35 Predictions for Manchester Business’ and is 48 pages long, looks at which companies will make the biggest impact this year, which newcomers will see the best success and what Manchester will do in general. Developed by OVG, with the help of many key local business leaders, the report makes for very interesting reading.
It includes commentaries from the likes of:
- Kate Vokes, Bruntwood
- Tim Newns, MIDAS
- Clive Memmott, GM Chamber
- Michael Taylor, Downtown in Business
- Tom Cheesewright, Book of the Future
- Bernard Seymour, Linder Myers
- Jennie Johnson, Kids Allowed
- Michael Howard, Urban Bubble
- Scott Fletcher, ANS Group
What makes the whitepaper even better though is the fact that it’s completely free. Online Ventures Group contacted each business leader to ask them two incredibly important questions – ‘What are your predictions for business in Manchester in 2014’ and ‘Which company do you predict will do great things in 2014?’. While everyone’s answers were different, there was one thing that remained the same throughout – everyone agreed that 2014 is set to be one of the best years Manchester businesses will ever experience.
Following on from one of the worst recessions the UK has ever seen, 2014 could be the year that breaks the mould.
If you’d like to find out more about OVG’s predictions for the year ahead, download the report now: http://bit.ly/JwoNrw