The 2017 Annual Scaleup Review from the Scaleup Institute has featured Sharing in Growth as an example of best practice.
The report from the organisation, which is a private sector, not-for-profit company focused on making the UK the best place in the world to scale up a business, also includes a foreword from Small Business Minister Margot James MP who is leading the Scale Up Taskforce to address barriers to business growth.
The report outlines Sharing in Growth’s purpose, method and results and quotes programme beneficiaries.
“The programme is consistently tackling the barriers to growth by providing training and support in leadership, strategy, manufacturing processes and business planning,” it explains. “90% of sampled companies who participated in the initiative have made significant changes to their vision, mission and values, and have defined product market groups.”
Tom Barrett of Sigma Precision Components told the report: ” SiG offers each business partner a quicker road to sustained and vital improvements. SiG has a proven tool box and methodology to improve your business.”
Andrew Churchill of JJ Churchill said: “Working with SiG we were able to identify the structural and process weaknesses in the business and to put a plan in place to address these. And this wasn’t just at a strategic level. The SiG team supported our teams to implement structured problem solving.”
Download an edited version here.
View the complete report here.