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drp CEO Dale Parmenter Discusses Brexit

The decision to leave the EU has prompted a reaction of widespread uncertainty and this will continue until Article 50 begins. Nobody can be sure of the impact that Brexit will have in the long-term, whether that be positive or negative.

Our CEO Dale Parmenter emphasises that it is imperative to keep a firm ‘business as usual’ stance until we are out of this period of uncertainty,

“For drp this means continually investing in development and growth and continuing to deliver consistently high levels of service for our clients, no matter the economic turmoil. Since Brexit we have continued our employment drive and have invested significantly in the business with the launch of our 60,000 sqft expansion to our Midlands head office happening this September.”
 
As a business drp has gone through three recessions and due to the market that we operate in and the nature of capitalism means that we all know that history will repeat itself. Brexit is no different from a recession – it’s simply how you set yourself up for both the boom times and the bust.



For drp this means continually investing in development and growth and continuing to deliver consistently high levels of service for our clients, no matter the economic turmoil.

Dale continues, “At drp our people are our biggest asset and it’s vital that small and large organisations alike realise this and harness talent. There can be a tendency to become slightly despondent with staff engagement especially in times of recession and political uncertainty – which can led to the downfall of any company. As one entire team, we are able to share creativity, engage in our future plans, and build relationships.”

drp is very motivated for the next few months, we have an office expansion near completion and our biggest ever training and development programme to date running for the entire business. We put our team first, who in turn put our clients first, and it’s as simple as that.

First featured in Conference & Incentive Travel – August 2016:- http://www.citmagazine.com/article/1406973/engagement-investment-key-success-brexit