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Making Great Britain, Growth Britain

Lord Young welcomes Prelude's latest initiative.
25 November, 2013

Prelude have unveiled its online campaign at  with the backing of Lord Young, Enterprise Adviser to the  Prime Minister.  This latest initiative,  aimed  at  inspiring and  accelerating  enterprise in the UK,  launches to mark this year’s GEW theme ‘Take a step forward’. 

“It’s great that we have pulled out of recession but we still have a long way to go. Growth Britain is our way of crowd sourcing practicable ideas that can help accelerate Britain’s economic growth.” Duncan Cheatle, CEO Prelude Group.

In a bid to get Britain back on track, Growth Britain invites the public to pitch their ideas and offer feasible solutions to what will help drive growth  and positively shape the British enterprise landscape. This independent and authoritative research from Growth Britain will highlight and deduce the key points in areas that have curbed the growth of British enterprise and provide practicable solutions to these issues.

“It’s easy to spot what’s not working, but what’s much harder is to see what might be done to help drive growth.” Duncan Cheatle

Users will be able to comment, vote and contribute their own ideas as well as challenge others. Those with the best contributions, that have the greatest impact, will be invited to join Duncan Cheatle and Lord Young at Downing Street to further explore their initiatives. 

Lord Young, Enterprise Adviser to the Prime Minister has said of the campaign,  “I’m delighted to be working with Prelude and Growth Britain,  lending my support to this initiative to garner the best ideas.  I look forward to inviting the best contributors to a round table discussion at Number 10.” 

This is the first time an analysis of this kind has been conducted with the scope to address and review these issues. “If you have a practicable idea that will help make Great Britain, Growth Britain then have your say here.  Together we can contribute to improving the enterprise space in Britain.” Duncan Cheatle.