London, United Kingdom, March 16, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- At this year's Parliamentary Review launch, those from the worlds of business, education and politics can expect the usual insightful and sincere thoughts from their industry leaders. Following the foreword from the prime minister and an as always astute introductory piece from the BBC's Andrew Neil, readers will be swept through the major events that have shaped the year in their sector as well as at Westminster.
Venture Capital World Summit presents a world series of investment events, designed for scale-ups and venture capital businesses, that showcase the best that cities have to offer in terms of entrepreneurship, investment and frameworks. Founder Elio Assuncao explains in The Review that his aim is for the summit to become a universally embraced forum for the venture capital community as well as global entrepreneurs.
Theresa May and Helen Brand, CEO of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, appear alongside a small number of relevant individuals and organisations from the financial services sector. The Financial Services Review discusses the role of the FRC and the new ethical audit standard.
Lord Blunkett, has said he is looking forward to this edition of The Parliamentary Review being published under this co-chairmanship. Lord Blunkett highlighted that The Review provides an important platform "to have an interchange; where those in the formal political arena can go to understand business."
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."
Venture Capital World Summit's article can be viewed here: https://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/venture-capital-world-summit