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Coun Stone and his Lib Dem colleagues had seven years in which to progress the scheme, during which Going for Growth became Going for Sloth.
Businesses and council leaders gathered in Warwick yesterday for the launch of the new project - which is part of the county council's Going for Growth agenda.
LOCAL Enterprise Partnership, Tees Valley Unlimited is hosting Going for Growth on Wednesday at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough.
It will be going for growth because it believes in the power of economic growth to deliver higher incomes, better living conditions and ultimately a stronger society for New Zealanders," he said.
00 Paperback HC59 Going for Growth was launched in 2005 as a new form of structural surveillance complementing the OECD's long-standing country- and sector-specific surveys.
SIR; The Grocer's Going for Growth seminar heard that retailers will either have to take an upmarket or discount route to achieve growth.
Going for Growth will see advisors working with businesses to assess their needs for expansion and provide information and support for grants and actions to help them realise their potential.
The Going for Growth scheme, launched by Advantage West Midlands, will initially focus on firms linked with food and drink, tourism, and creative industries.