Accountancy practice Grant Thornton has launched its Growth 365 service for ambitious, growth-hungry CEOs in Scotland.
The offering, which is already operating successfully in various cities in England, provides focused advice and valuable insights to enable business owners to put their expansion plans into action.
Led by Glasgow-based Growth 365 Manager, Monica Duddy, the program allows clients to access market leading analytics, bespoke insights, trend analysis and commercially vital research to support their long term strategy and decision making processes.
In addition to hands-on personal support, Growth 365 members become part of an exclusive community of like-minded, ambitious entrepreneurs, building relationships and networks to support each other’s growth strategies.
To mark the launch of the service, an exclusive event is set to take place at Glasgow’s Hotel du Vin on 31st May where CEOs and other C-suite executives can gain a deeper understanding of the support on offer.
Growth 365 Manager, Monica Duddy, said:
“Before making the move back to my home city of Glasgow, I helped launch Growth 365 in London and it’s been an incredible success. The team consists of a wide range of experts, many of whom have come from industry, which gives us a real understanding of our clients’ pain points and ambitions.
“Data is now one of the most important aspects of long-term planning and that’s a key element of the service offering. We work on a bespoke basis with senior level decision makers, getting under their skin and helping them to put their plans into action with the back-up of insight, analysis and research.”
Andrew Howie, Grant Thornton UK’s Managing Partner in Scotland, added:
“Scotland has a rich mix of growth-hungry mid-market businesses and successful family owned enterprises, but there’s a sense that there is a bit of a void in the marketplace right now and we’re hoping to fill that by providing data-driven truly bespoke support. Growth 365 has a long list of success stories in London and a number of other English cities, helping to unlock growth and I’m confident we can deliver similar successes for the Scottish business community.”