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Mark Nind of RJB Financial Services talks personal pensions

Managing director of RJB Financials, a provider of advice for retirement planning, Mark Nind, spoke with the Parliamentary Review’s Jonathan White about personal pensions.

Lord Blunkett opens new Building Our Skills Academy in association with GQA Qualifications

Co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, the Rt Hon The Lord Blunkett PC, has today opened a new Building Our Skills Academy, established in association with GQA Qualifications.

Lyndon Harfoot of KI Global Group talks collaborating with universities

Lyndon Harfoot, CEO of KI Global Group (KIGG), heads up a team which has significant and specialist expertise in electricity meter factory start-up projects across the world. He spoke about his collaboration with bodies of higher education in The Parliamentary Review Podcast.

Neil McLauchlan talks providing year-round employment in a seasonal business

Neil McLauchlan, manager of Dunstaffnage Marina, a 250-berth marina capable of accommodating boats of all sizes, located just three miles from Oban, spoke about the importance of offering full time contracts in the Parliamentary Review’s podcast.

Steve Jones of EAP discusses reducing the company’s carbon footprint

Steve Jones, founder of EAP, a marine support company with offices in the UK and Europe, spoke about his decision to try and operate in the most environmentally friendly way possible in the Parliamentary Review’s podcast.

Collings discusses difficulties of adapting to technology

Steve Collings, the audit and technical partner of Leavitt Walmsley Associates Ltd, a firm of chartered certified accountants who specialise in tax advice, has discussed the role of technology in the industry in The Parliamentary Review’s podcast.

O’Hagan discusses the future of 5G

Founder of digital service provider Virtual1, the fifth-largest UK network, Tom O’Hagan, has discussed the future of the telecoms industry in The Parliamentary Review’s podcast.

Agile ICT discuss online security and the public sector

Richard G. Jones, founder and director of Agile ICT, a firm that provides IT solutions exclusively for the education sector, has told The Parliamentary Review that he believes that the provision of online security services are currently lacking in the public sector.

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