OVG’s business report predicts great things for Manchester
Following the success of the Manchester Business Predictions report back in 2014, the team at Online Ventures Group decided to bring it back, proving why the city of Manchester really is the ‘one to watch’ in 2016.
The talented in-house team contacted leading business people in Manchester to get their insight on the opportunities the city can offer for businesses. It involves a series of topical questions including what Manchester means to them and the companies they believe will thrive over the next year.
During this process, OVG were able to gather thorough, creative and intellectual input from everyone involved, demonstrating why Manchester is an excellent place to work and encouraging other businesses to venture to this area of the region to reap the benefits.
The digital marketing agency were lucky enough to receive responses from Manchester City Council’s Chief Executive, Sir Howard Bernstein and Downtown in Business Founder, Frank Mckenna, to name a few.
Not only were their contributions a reflection of expert knowledge, it also provided people with a chance to talk openly about what Manchester has done for them personally.
OVG’s Managing Director, Paul Yates said:
“It was really exciting to bring back a past project using some of the old candidates, as well as a selection of new entries to give it a different dynamic from last time. We are really privileged as a team to be able to work alongside some of the most influential names in the industry and look forward to the advantages this report will offer people.“
OVG would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has been involved in the Manchester Business Predictions report. From the people who generously contributed to those involved in the production process - this report proves that Manchester really is the greatest city in the world!
If you would like to download a digital version of the report, you can do so by following this link.
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