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Redrose Nutraceutical Manufacturer was delighted to attend the Parliamentary Review Gala held at the Houses of Parliament.

The event that celebrates the very best of British business practice, commended Redrose in its annual Parliamentary Review magazine for its ability ‘to forge new channels of communication and reinforce existing ones’ after a particularly turbulent time for the business.

Managing Director David Goodings and Business Development Manager Jack Pascoe headed down to London to represent Redrose at the Gala and hear from speakers such as former MP Ed Balls and Parliamentary Review Editor Rt Hon David Curry. 

David said: “It was such an honour for us to be invited and a true testament to just how far the business has come. From discovering a £1.2m unpaid VAT bill after the previous MD’s sudden death to implementing real change, hiring an incredible team and innovating and improving on all our processes. 

“I would be lying if I said the last few years haven’t been tough, but what we have before us now is a strong team, a high-tech manufacturing facility and the drive to give our customers, old and new, the best service possible.”

“The Parliamentary Review magazine has been shared across everyone within the business, from our manufacturing department to our Directors. It’s so important to us that everyone knows just how far we’ve come and what we’ve managed to achieve together as a company.”

The forward written to the article by Rt Hon The Lord David Blunkett, MP and Rt Hon The Lord Eric Pickles, MP highlighted this describing: “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. The following article from Redrose Manufacturing is an attempt to do just that.”

With its rebrand and new website and increased capacity thanks to its new production line, Redrose is gearing up to a busy 2020.

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