Whatever comes of the hung parliament situation, one way to get Britain's economy firing again is for the government to invest in small to medium-sized enterprises.
These are the thoughts of Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic, who said that the future of the country is with such firms, as they contribute around 41 per cent of our national income.
I believe that investing in firms of this size would also help people looking for UK jobs, which was one area that all three political party's manifestos agreed on.
Futhermore, Mr Hashemi said that Britain is all set to excel in manufacturing, with the challenge being to innovate and think of things that no-one else does.
With Britain's history of manufacturing, for instance in the automotive industry, this is definitely something that the new government should look at.
Speaking of which, we could be just hours away from finding out who our new leader will be, with Nick Clegg asking people to "bear with us" as the Liberal Democrats and Conservative Party hold their third day of talks today.