retailTRUST features in The Parliamentary Review

retailTRUST supports all in retail

Sent to over 500,000 industry officials and policymakers, The Parliamentary Review is a series of independent publications designed to highlight the achievements and challenges of those working across a variety of sectors. Including content from directors and executives from all levels of business across the entirety of the UK, the Review serves as an indispensable guide to industry best practice.

As probably one of the oldest trade charities in the UK, dating back to 1832, retailTRUST was founded by an artisan entrepreneur appropriately named Thomas Helps. Chief Executive Richard Boland elaborates on its history, work and success in this year's Review.

Richard explains, “A transformation has taken place in moving a passive charity from behaviours born in the 20th century towards making it a dynamic, proactive 21st-century social enterprise hybrid that thrives on the key values of care, innovation and trust. In the digital age the most important value is being innovative. The transformation continues.”

CEO of techUK, Julian David, joins the Prime Minister in introducing this year's crop of business leaders. We also explore current events in cybersecurity, driverless cars and a bumper year for British gaming.

The long-time editor of The Review, David Curry, has expressed his excitement that the upcoming edition is due to be one of the most interesting and insightful yet. "I can say with confidence that there is no other forum in Britain that can successfully combine the thoughts and ideas of such a group of extraordinary organisations and deliver them to the people that need to hear them, whether that be in Westminster or out in the country."

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that, "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."

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