Oban company features in Parliamentary Review

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Oban firm PDK Shellfish has been recognised for its national best practice in The Parliamentary Review.

The Parliamentary Review shares best practice between policymakers and business leaders. Each edition of the Review covers a range of topics across specific industries, featuring commentary from leading journalists and politicians.

PDK Shellfish was established in 1998, initially operating as a sole trader but now has 15 full-time staff.

Managing director Paul Knight explains in this year’s Review how the firm expanded its operations and discusses its bid to diversify the business to secure further growth.

The director of The Parliamentary Review, Craig Wilmann, said: ‘By bringing together leaders in all fields from across the country, this year’s Review, with its customary candid language and intelligent thought, is uniquely placed to offer insight and ideas for politicians and industry leaders, and indeed every type of organisation in modern Britain.’

Writing in The Review, Prime Minister Theresa May added: ‘British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.’