G4G

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AcronymDefinition
G4GGaming for Good
G4GGo for Growth (economics)
G4GGathering for Gardner (puzzle and magic enthusiasts)
G4GGames4Gameplay (gaming clan)
G4GGearing up for Gorillas
G4GGenes for Georgia (University of Georgia; genetics research)
G4GGrooving for God
G4GGift for Gift (Facebook)
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Gamlins Law's Go For Growth initiative is intended to provide existing and new clients with a wide range of non-legal business services.
Louise Bennett, the chief executive of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, said the new CW Connect portal fitted perfectly with the Chamber's Go For Growth: Trade Local campaign.
"More recently, we have recognised the appetite of a wider range of businesses, including dynamic SMEs, to embed resilience and security into their operations as they go for growth and development.
These include: Do nothing, take steps to reduce or manage debt levels in order to reduce borrowing costs; fix interest costs; look at your wider business strategy; and look at growth - debt and interest rates may not be an issue for your business, but could be for your competition, this could provide you with an advantage to capitalise on this and go for growth.
The new Scotland will go for growth, attracting the talented from all around the world, presumably in part by setting lower income tax rates.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 8, 2014-Standard Chartered research indicates high net worth business owners go for growth
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 8, 2014-Standard Chartered research indicates high net worth business owners go for growth
For the Government to hit its target, we will need not just current exporters to go for growth, but encourage more firms to take their first steps.
But what we really want him to do is go for growth like there's no tomorrow to halt the threat of triple-dip recession.
They carry on as if all is fine.Yet the Prime Minister insisted at last week's European summit that countries should go for growth and jobs.
Wake up and smell the ratings, Mr Osborne, and go for growth.