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IS Enterprises International chosen to appear in The Parliamentary Review


S Enterprises has featured in the March edition of The Parliamentary Review as an example of a business that is leading the way in best practice. Opening the article about the business, the Rt Hon Lord David Blunkett and the Rt Hon Lord Eric Pickles, said: “The ability to listen and learn from one another has always been vital in parliament, in business and in most aspects of daily life. But at this particular moment in time, as national and global events continue to reiterate, it is uncommonly crucial that we forge new channels of communication and reinforce existing ones… IS Enterprises International is an attempt to do just that.”

The Parliamentary Review aims to provide a platform for businesses and public sector bodies to showcase their best practice as a learning tool for policymakers and industry alike. The March release of The Review is a highly anticipated event, marked by a gala evening in the House of Commons.

IS Enterprises was founded in 1971 by David Sanders-Smith, managing director, selling garments for use in the promotional clothing sector, and is now recognised as one of Europe's leading companies in this industry. Within the review, Mr Sanders-Smith explains his success and what he has planned for the future. Daniel Yossman, the executive director of The Review, has already commented that the upcoming Review should certainly 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."

● To read IS Enterprises Internationalʼs article in the Parliamentary Review visit organisations/i-s-enterprises- international

David Sanders-Smith founded IS Enterprises International in 1971

PF Concept begins paper manufacturing in Blackpool P

F Concept has launched its very own paper manufacturing in Blackpool.

Known for its large and varied product collection that spans across many categories, PF Concept is adding to its portfolio a comprehensive product collecti-on that is made in the UK with competitive pricing and fast delivery. This includes sticky notes, notebooks and desk calendars to notepads, blockmates and combi notes. For all items a large selection of decoration possibilities is available.

In addition to more flexibility and short lead times, the many advantages of own manufacturing include the very important fact that PF Concept is now a 'made in

Some of the items PF Concept can now manufacture in Blackpool

Europe' company in this range. Orders can be processed immediately and completely independently without any involvement of third parties. This makes a big difference in terms of speed and leads to faster deliveries.

Pieter Boonekamp, senior vice president sales & marketing Europe at PF Concept, said: "Iʼm very delighted that we are not anymore simply a supplier. We make our own products now and can sell them directly to our customers. With this we are taking a unique path in the industry. A great advantage because we can provide more efficient and faster service and less expensive products.”

The full collection will be available online in the companyʼs webshop.

GeigerBTC welcomes 10 new members of staff


The 10 new members of staff

he rapid expansion of GeigerBTC continues, with no less than 10 staff joining the London-based company since its successful merger with Geiger last year. Managing director, Frank Murphy, said: "GeigerBTC is on the expansion trail through client growth and by acquiring like- minded companies in our sector, so adding great staff to our team is essential. We will continue to seek out new opportunities and welcome approaches from any interested parties.” GeigerBTC welcomes Anna Turchenko as marketing executive, Chloe Churchward as digital print technician, Chloe French as account co-ordinator, Lily Fawssett, Millie Beswick, Olivia Steven and Rebecca Wheeler as production co-ordinators, Nicole Cashman as account manager, Rebecca Duffy and Tiffany OʼNeil as merchandise programme co-ordinators.

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