The PCR July/August issue is out now offering a bumper combined issue with special focuses on sustainability in the tech channel and Smart tech.
With lockdown restrictions easing further and freedom day granting us permission to mingle more freely without needing to wear a face mask, business is beginning to return to normal, which is a much needed uplift for many.
With this ‘return to normal’ brings the opportunity for businesses to start to focus on new or previous initiatives such as sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint. Or for some their focus may be directed towards digitisation to accommodate a newly mobile workforce.
Whatever your new objective or revisited existing agenda’s may be, we have a broad coverage in this month’s combined bumper July/August issue, which gives an insight into what others are aiming for across the channel.
You’ll find inspiring comment from QBS’ Dave Stevinson as he shares his personal and profession crusade to reach a carbon neutral status.
In our sustainability focused roundtable we find out why you need to be considering your businesses sustainability practices as a matter of great importance within the channel.
The tech channel has some fantastic young talented professionals. To celebrate this, we scouted out some of the best in the industry in this year’s Tech Channel Under 30’s Rising Stars of the Industry.
The pandemic placed a huge emphasis on the importance of tech, with remote working and mobilising the healthcare industry. In our smart tech focus we look at the importance of this smart tech enablement in the healthcare sector and it’s growing market opportunities.
The digital age is truly upon us, so we delved in to the current trend towards digitisation and the role the channel has to play. We have some great insight into what and how this is taking shape.
Also we are delighted to announce The Grand Connaught Rooms, London as the venue of choice for this year’s PCR Awards taking place September 29. So the time to dust off your dancing shoes and catch up with colleagues has very nearly arrived so don’t forget to book your tickets, we very much look forward to seeing you all there in person.
Read the latest edition of PCR’s monthly magazine below: