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The University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) has contributed to the Liverpool Daily Post and Manchester Evening News North West Top 200.
The list was compiled by Professor Murray Dalziel Director of ULMS and a team of MBA students, including Srikanth Bhat, Matthew Latham, Sreedevi Arimbra, Sanjay Bala and Shinjan Bhattacharya, who sourced and organised the data that forms the backbone of the list of the biggest and best companies in the region.
The North West Top 200’s tables also measure the vital signs of the region’s economy, analysing sales growth and decline, profit margins, employment levels, sector representation and a range of other business and social issues.
John Wilson, Professor of Strategy at ULMS, said: “The data on our regions’s Top 200 illustrates a highly dynamic business community that is both diverse and well placed in high-growth sectors. Even though we might not be able to claim to be a ‘Silicon Valley’, or even a ‘Silicon Fen’, the consumer-related sectors are well represented and will no doubt continue to flourish.”
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