We are pleased to say that earlier this week, Finito and its CEO Ronel Lehmann were mentioned in the House of Commons during a debate around employability, work and skills. This is a proud moment.
It also highlights the important work that the company is doing via its All-Party Parliamentary Group and its bursary scheme to improve social mobility in a country where opportunities are too often limited.
To watch Siobhan Baillie MP’s excellent speech go here:
To read Guy Opperman’s response go here:
This is another landmark moment in the company’s history where the work we do to help young people is definitively highlighted. To learn more about the APPG and how you can be involved go to: