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Goldman Sachs supports Scarborough business’s growth goals

A entrepreneur is planning to take on more staff and double her business turnover within the next three years.

, managing director of Spectrum Cleaning Solutions – a firm which distributes cleaning products, paper disposables, janitorial supplies and washroom services to businesses throughout Yorkshire and Teeside – obtained the interest of , who then invested in her by funding 100 hours of world class business and management education delivered by University Business School.

Goldman Sachs launched a highly engaging programme called 10k small businesses in 2010 to help enterprises unlock economic and job creation potential for their businesses.

Jo applied for a place on the programme early this year and was delighted when she was selected from 100’s of applicants to be one of 30 delegates.

Recently graduated from the programme at , Jo said:

“This is the best thing I have ever done and as a result of attending 12 workshops, one to one coaching and mentoring sessions and access to academics and professional experts.

“I have now developed a customised business growth plan which details the direction of Spectrums business strategy and expansion plans over the next three to five years.”

She added:

“Taking time out to attend this programme, allowed me to work on the strategic development of my business which was so refreshing.

“Small enterprises play a vital role in creating jobs and driving economic growth in the UK.

“I believe I am now much better equipped to ensure my business grows sustainably in the future safeguarding jobs and contributing to the local economy.”

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