John Taylor, Liz Mackie, Reza Hamroun
03 December 2003
Now in its third year, the Inner City 100 Index has demonstrated the competitive advantages conferred by inner city locations.
The Inner City 100 are realising the business benefits of being closely engaged in their communities, and the majority strive to employ locally and purchase from local firms.
The Inner City 100 shows that firms are achieving sustainable growth ensuring they will continue to make contributions to their local areas and the UK economy for the long-term. With 97% predicting a positive or very positive future, the Inner City 100 firms look set to continue their extraordinary success.
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