Plugging the equity gap
In an effort to improve new business development as a way of securing future prosperity, Yorkshire Forward plans to capitalise on ideas from the region's universities. But is the right funding available, ask Andrew Kay and Simon Pilling
Yorkshire and Humberside has a £58bn regional economy that includes the highest concentration of publicly quoted companies outside the southeast of England. More than 1,500 overseas companies, including 40 of the world’s 200 largest industrial groups, have a base in the area and employ some 130,000 people.
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