The 2018 release of The Parliamentary Review offers examples of best practice and innovation from across the spheres of business and politics. Chairmen Lord Blunkett and Lord Pickles introduce this year’s Review, alongside Prime Minister Theresa May, with select organisations from across the country representing leaders in their field, offering advice to businesses and educators both old and new.
The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to industry best practice, which demonstrates how sector leaders have responded to challenges in the political and economic environment. It is sent to over 500,000 leading business executives, policy makers and other relevant individuals.
Technology is surging forwards apace all across the world, and Britain is no exception. This year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review explains the progress that the industry has experienced on both a domestic and international level, while also highlighting pertinent issues for the future.
Selectec, once a small manufacturing company struggling to compete in 2007, is now a specialist software distributor recognised in the Financial Times 2017 FT 1000 list of Europe’s fastest growing companies. The Parliamentary Review includes Selectec as an example of Best Practice across the business sector. In their Review piece, Selectec outline the company’s rise to prominence during the digital revolution, their three-point strategy for reinvention in a new IT world, and their increasingly global footprint.
Daniel Yossman, the executive director of The Review, suggests that this Review should be one of the most interesting and insightful ever: “It is always a privilege to work with such extraordinary organisations and for them to be able to share their individual success stories will always ensure that The Parliamentary Review remains essential reading.”
Paul Weston, Selectec Managing Director, comments: “Selectec’s inclusion in the Best Practice addition of the Parliamentary Review encourages us to build on our use of new technologies to unify the relationships within our teams. Our success is entirely down to our staff. As Steve Jobs said – Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.”
Selectec’s full article can be viewed here