bring to fruition

bring (something) to fruition

To complete or do something successfully. Although we initially struggled to get funding for our project, we were able to bring it to fruition.
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bring something to fruition

to make something come into being; to achieve a success. Do you think you can bring this plan to fruition? The plan was brought to fruition by the efforts of everyone.
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He added: "The reimaged murals signal a step forward for the local community and they bring to fruition the positive results of many years of dialogue and conversation.
This has taken some time to bring to fruition and I think this signing will inject the project with renewed momentum.
Read our interview with Sami Nasser , where he reflects on six months in the role and discusses his plans to move quickly in order to bring to fruition the company's goal of doubling its hotel offering over the next five years.
The performers bring to fruition director Alexander Stroynov's vision of a protagonist's journey through a fantasy world.
This technology has been something we have worked very hard to bring to fruition.
We will try to bring to fruition in the next few weeks" new projects in Libya, Scaroni said at a conference in Rome.
The new Health Clinic required a US$1 million investment to bring to fruition.
Mr Robson, who also owns Durham's Elvet Ices, said: "I first hit upon the idea for a Canspa retail venture during a trade show at the NEC and it has taken two years to bring to fruition.
Also present were Barbara Downs, Webster University, and Wayne Glass, DAU professor and program director for strategic partnerships, who, together with Stewart, worked for several months to bring to fruition the partnership and the educational opportunities it affords.
The relationship will also bring to fruition a series of design forums on color usage that will be held inside Kravet showrooms.
Albanese, president of the Albanese Organization, "The Battery Park City Authority has again partnered with us to bring to fruition an outstanding building that offers a superior healthy living environment in New York City's most beautiful natural setting.
He said it will take years to bring to fruition many of his bold dreams - like a subway extension under Wilshire Boulevard - but he vowed to put plans in motion.
David's vast experience with luxury accessory brands is exactly what Ghurka needs to bring to fruition the retail and wholesale expansion plans I have for the brand.
But perhaps more importantly they saw Agenda 21 as a way to get more financial assistance for environmental projects--they came up with a list of priority projects that would need international funds to bring to fruition.
The Consulate General's office and JANM worked for one year to bring to fruition this joint project, according to JANM's resource center manager Cameron Trowbridge.