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22nd September 2017
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British Ceramic Tile represents manufacturing alongside Philip Hammond in The Parliamentary Review
British Ceramic Tile has been selected to appear in the 2015/16 edition of The Parliamentary Review . Established by former minister The Rt Hon David Curry shortly after the 2010 general election, The Parliamentary Review's September release has become a key fixture in the political calendar.
British Ceramic Tile features alongside The Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Rt Hon Philip Hammond, and a small number of outstanding organisations in the General Manufacturing edition. The main aim of The Review is to showcase best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector; with this edition aimed particularly at leading policymakers and executives within Manufacturing.
Alongside pieces from the selected representatives and an introduction from the Chancellor, it contains a look back at the year in Westminster and manufacturing, with the political commentary written by Mark D'Arcy (BBC's parliamentary correspondent). The document is sent out to tens of thousands of leading policymakers. The articles in The Review act as both a blueprint for success and a template for reform.
Chief executive for British Ceramic Tile, Tony Taylor (pictured) says: "British manufacturing has been the topic of much debate for years now. Skills shortages and lack of business growth caused by the economic downturn, have all led to British manufacturers adapting their strategies to survive amidst tough conditions.
"What gives me a huge amount of satisfaction is to see how all the companies within The Review have flourished and risen to the challenges presented. We're incredibly proud to be part of this publication and such a group of eminent business professionals."
Director of The Parliamentary Review, Daniel Yossman, says: "It's been an utter ?
privilege to work with a range of organisations from across the country in this year's Review. Without their input, our aims of spreading expert knowledge and raising standards simply would not be achievable. They'll be a hard act to follow and next year's organisations will have to be on the top of their game to meet the challenge."
Editor of The Parliamentary Review, The Rt Hon David Curry, adds: "Each of the representatives brings something very different to the table, while at the same time capitalising on the collective wisdom of their industry. There may be choppy waters ahead but organisations across the country would be well-advised to keep an eye on the representatives in this year's Review when deciding how to set their sails."
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