In 2018 we were delighted to be hand-picked to feature in the Parliamentary Review.
We featured alongside Prime Minister Theresa May and a number of other businesses that were hand-selected by the government due to their reputations as innovative, highly regarded organisations within their industries.
Upon publication, the Parliamentary review is shared among a variety of influential individuals including MPs, government officials, and senior business leaders.
The purpose of the Parliamentary Review is to use the input of a number of businesses and organisations to inform law and policy makers about best practice, innovations and issues within a number of industries.
Speaking of the importance of the review, Sir Eric Pickles, who was appointed the Chairman of the Parliamentary Review in 2017, said: “It has never been more important for Government to hear the views of business and the public sector in a constructive forum. It is also a vital time to share best practice and progress.”
“A great boost”
Sam Kidger, Managing Director at Spidersnet, said: “Ever since our inception in 1997 Spidersnet has set out to be a pioneering tech beacon in the Automotive industry. From day one we had the simple objective of seeking to make motor dealers’ lives easier through the provision of technology.
“The reason we are still growing today is because we’ve never stood still, and have never felt our job is done. We are restless and aware of threat but this awareness normally manifests itself in exploiting opportunities that these threats throw at us, allowing us to evolve and grow.
“Selection for the Parliamentary Review is a welcome recognition of all the hard work the team here have put into making Spidersnet a great product. But excitingly for us all it’s a great boost as we continue on our journey to take Spidersnet to new heights in the future.”
In October 2018, four members of the Spidersnet team donned their finest get up and attended the gala reception to celebrate the publication of the 2018 Parliamentary Review. The fantastic evening kicked off with a string quartet welcoming everyone into the Banking Hall, a fantastic location in central London.
The bubbly was flowing, and the canapes were in high demand, as the talks began. The team in attendance got to hear speeches from Ed Balls and George Osborne. It will be an exciting year seeing what changes are made off the back of not only our own article, but the articles of everyone included within the review!
You can read the automotive edition of the Parliamentary Review below (we’re on page 36!)