As we stride into 2015, wouldn’t it be good to have the predictions of Sheffield and the region’s business leaders all in one place?
Would not anyone in business want to know the lie of the land across a range of sectors?
And wouldn’t it be useful to gain an insight into leading companies in areas including law, finance, commercial property, architecture, digital and creative, training and manufacturing?
Perhaps some information from regional and national business organisations would be welcome, plus a few words from a senior politician with a key role in shaping policy.
And to top it off, a little list of bosses and companies enjoying a surge of success?
The Star Business Survey 2015 is published tomorrow as a 48-page pullout in this newspaper - and it contains all of the above.
Survey is the biggest of our stable of business supplements which includes Top100 Companies, Top Manuacturers and Top SMEs.
And it starts the year in fine style.
Tomorrow’s edition includes words from business secretary Vince Cable - full of praise for what he has seen in Sheffield City Region on his visits last year.
It also features LEP chair James Newman, Chamber chiefs Richard Wright and Andrew Denniff, Master Cutler David Grey MBE, Andy Tuscher of EEF, Mark Robson of UKTI and a host of others.
Several leading companies are featured, writing about their experience of business in 2014 and hopes for the future.
And we’ve compiled a fascinating list of Rising Stars. Not just young guns, but anyone of any age, sex or sector who appears to be going places.
There’s also the thoughts of business team David Walsh and Jo Davison. And, perhaps best of all, it’s free.