ECM recognised for Best Practice in The Parliamentary Review
ECM continue to set the standard for best practice in agriculture in the UK, having been selected once again to represent the sector in The Parliamentary Review for 2019.
The strategic aim of The Parliamentary Review is to raise standards. In each edition, a host of outstanding organisations share their experiences and areas of best practice, all the while identifying key issues they face in the current political and economic environment. The Review features cabinet ministers, leading journalists and is sent to over 500,000 leading business executives and policymakers.
Success for businesses of any size does not always come easily, and this year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review is indispensable for anyone who seeks to make a name for themselves in industry. It highlights significant developments and concerns for business leaders up and down the country.
The co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, Lord Pickles, has praised the upcoming Review as one of the most comprehensive yet. He commented that as Britain undergoes changes, it is “essential that politicians have a firm understanding of the challenges with which British organisations must contend” and that The Review once again provides a perfect platform for this.
Writing in The Review, The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove says “this year’s Parliamentary review comes at a momentous time for parliament, as we collectively determine the destiny of the United Kingdom.”
On being selected for a second time to represent UK agriculture, Peter Clare, managing director at ECM, commented that “it is always gratifying to have our forward-thinking approach to agronomy recognised and I’m delighted to add this accolade to the many awards we have achieved since ECM featured in The Review in 2014. It is testament to the value we add to our customers’ businesses and to our in-depth knowledge of and impact on British agriculture that we are recognised as leaders in our field.”
The best practice article for Environmental Crop Management can be viewed here.