Supporting the Public Sector

Digital solutions are slowly becoming the standard for many industries, providing much needed improvements to businesses plagued with out-of-date legacy systems. The so called ‘digital revolution’ has brought a wealth of change to the Public Sector, making real gains where it’s needed most and the outbreak of Covid-19 was something of a watershed moment, where reliance on digital technology proved to be necessary.

In Executive TV’s latest programme, “Supporting the Public Sector,” we spoke to three industry leaders, bringing a unique approach to digital transformation.

            Opus 2 is a legal technology specialist with vast experience of legal proceedings. They work closely with lawyers to create solutions that make them more effective every day.

SHL brings powerful and transparent AI technology, data science, and objectivity to help companies attract, develop, and grow the workforce they need to succeed in the digital era.

Commsworld is a leading UK Telecommunications Network Provider and ISP. They manage and control the largest privately funded Optical Core network in the UK with extensive on-net Metro reach.

For many of us, technology is available is available at our fingertips and this has placed a question mark into the heads of those working in the public sector. They want to know why such technology cannot be found in the many systems that govern our lives and are pushing for radical change.

Digital Transformation: Supporting the Public Sector will be first broadcast on Sunday 28th June @10.00(am) on SKY digital channel 191 and then, Sunday 19th July @10.00 (am). 

After initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: info@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

The Future of Digitisation

In the era of Digital Transformation, it is the public sector that runs the risk of falling behind due to the rapid growth in new technology and restrictive budgets far smaller than private industry. Despite this, the public sector has made in roads into embracing digitisation. Part of this success is due to a close collaborative effort with many private entities looking to improve our lives, a reminder that, as always, it is the people who are the most important factor for successful transformation.

In Executive TV’s latest programme, “The Future of Digitisation” meets with three industry leading suppliers who are eager to share the projects they are working on and reveal how it is they aim to bring about change.

Forensic Analytics are communication data experts who offer World-leading software, training and consultancy for fast, accurate and cost-effective cell site analysis.

Fortesium is a dynamic, agile software development house based in London, offering consultation, business solutions, software development, cloud solutions, system integration and more.

Lease Accelerator provides global lease lifecycle management software to improve cash flow and compliance, utilising process management in order to save their customers money.

These three companies sit on the parapet of innovation, unafraid to pursue new heights of understanding and a willingness to push for far greater and far faster delivery. While the private sector often fails to garner good publicity, with a tendency for mistakes to be reported over successes, it is important that their efforts are noted and their projects in the public sector met with excitement. This programme aims to highlight their work, how it affects us and what it means for the future.

The Future of Digitalisation will be first broadcast on Sunday 14th June @10.00(am) on SKY digital channel 191 and then, Sunday 12th July @10.00 (am). 

After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

Digital Transformation: Social Housing

The UK is in the midst of a housing crisis. People of all ages are struggling to find decent places to live and at an affordable price. Poor conditions such as overcrowding, ineffectual land lords and cutbacks making moving up the property ladder an economic improbability. What this means for the future, in particular for first time buyers and those wishing to start a family is unclear.

To gain a deeper understanding of how housing associations are coping with the build pressures of modern Britain, Executive TV’s latest programme, “Digital Transformation: Social Housing met with Shelton Development Services, a team of social housing experts riding the wave of the digital revolution.

One unexpected aid in the fight against the housing crisis comes in the form of technology born out of the digital revolution. The use of data analytics, mobile applications and A.I. have allowed housing associations to break free from the usual constraints.

Innovations in the private sector are having a huge impact on the public sector and if in the right hands, can make a huge difference.

 Digital Transformation: Social Housing will be first broadcast on our usual channel, SKY 191, Sunday 26th April at 10.15(am) and then, on Sunday 10th May at 10.15(am).

After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

                                                                         Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: info@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

Building the Future: Homes for Britain

On the 11th March 2020, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, presented the government’s annual Spring Budget to a congregation of journalists and press-packers all huddled onto the pavement outside 11 Downing Street. It came a year after the government promised to “start on the road to delivering the high-quality housing and infrastructure the country so desperately needs.” In his budget, Sunak elaborated on spending commitments for the coming year, outlining the government’s commitment to make an additional £9.5bn available through the Affordable Homes Programme from 2021/22 to support the delivery of new and affordable homes across England.

Of course, building new, affordable and desirable homes on time and in budget isn’t easy. Having access to sustained and responsible funding is vitally important, but so too is having access to the right land, and having the consent of local people, and local communities. With all these challenges in place, housing associations in particular, face an uphill battle to deliver the safe and affordable homes promised.

To gain a deeper understanding of how housing associations are coping with the build pressures of modern Britain, Executive TV’s latest programme, entitled, Building the Future: Homes for Britain, meets with one of the country’s most successful housing associations, Bromford. In this episode, we discuss the challenges and rewards involved with building in Britain. We meet with Bromford’s expert land procurement team, their highly skilled builders, their committed Neighbourhood Coaching Team and their industry renowned executive team. In our latest episode on housing, Bromford truly demonstrate that building homes for Britain needn’t be so hard.

Martyn Blackman, Bromford’s chief investment officer, said: “There are some real challenges for the sector to overcome, none more so than the current coronavirus pandemic. As we begin to realise the potential of bringing three organisations together, it has been great to showcase some of the approaches we are taking in order to help address the UK’s housing crisis.”

Building the Future: Homes for Britain will be first broadcast on channel, My TV (Sky channel 191) on Sunday 26th April at 10.00am and then, on Sunday 10th May at 10.00am.

After the final broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460    Email: info@collaborativemedia.co.uk    Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities; please follow us on twitter: @CollabmediaUK

Digital Transformation: Digital Futures  

Over the past decade, the speed of digital change seen over the public and private sectors in the United Kingdom has been absolutely jaw dropping. Across the world, industries large and mall have embraced the digital age, dropping cumbersome traditional paper-based ways of working in favour of faster, more efficient and more reliable digital business practices.

To understand what this means, its process and how it will impact our daily lives, Executive TV’s latest programme, “Digital Transformation: Digital Futures meets with three leading businesses in their field with a lot to say about the public and private sectors and how they are meeting demands.

Community Fibre are a telecommunications company who specialise in bringing ultra-fast fibre optic broadband to businesses and households at an affordable price.

Clearbox are a software development company born out of the construction industry after seeing a need for cost-effective and scalable high-end visualisation, such as their CAD-agnostic, workflow driven BIMXTRA.

Juriba work in IT migration project management and offer a unique project management tool, Dashworks, for IT transformation projects, such as Windows 10 migrations.

Together, these three companies offer up valuable insight into digital transformation and how it is changing our lives. Part of their discussion highlights that it is only through successful meaningful partnerships that the public sector will truly grow and develop. A finding that proves while technology is the future, it means very little without people at the fore.

Digital Transformation: Digital Futures will be first broadcast on our usual channel, SKY 191, Sunday 19th April at 10.00(am) and then, on Sunday 03rd May at 10.00(am). After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @collabmediauk

Digital Transformation: Clients & Consumers

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In order for digitalisation to be successful in the public sector, it is important that a significant cultural shift and change of working practises takes place. It would be naïve to believe that the adaptation to new digital ways of working would happen without the correct guidance and training. Instead, it is essential that the public sector is proactive and engaged with their workforce, helping them to understand the technologies they introduce and teaching them how to optimise these technologies, improving the overall business performance.

To understand just how possible this is, Executive TV’s latest programme, “Digital Transformation: Clients & Consumers meets with three leading businesses in their field with a lot to say about the public sector and how it is meeting demands.

Entec Si is a project management and IT consultancy. They work closely with their clients to achieve the best possible outcomes with an ethos that puts people at the heart of what they do.

Fathom is a user experience (UX) and service design agency. They work with agencies, businesses and organisations to improve performance, both online and offline.

Target Group are a business services provider in lending, investments and insurance, creating value for their clients through digital customer journey, outsourcing and operational transformation.

Together, these three companies offer up valuable insight into digital transformation and how it is changing our lives. Part of their discussion highlights that it is only through successful meaningful partnerships that the public sector will truly grow and develop. A finding that proves while technology is the future, it means very little without people at the fore.

Digital Transformation: Clients & Consumers will be first broadcast on our usual channel, SKY 191, Sunday 29th March at 10.30(am) and then, on Sunday 12th April at 10.30am.

After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

Digital transformation for UK councils leads to cleaner air

Established in 2001, PayByPhone is one of the world’s fastest growing mobile parking payments providers, helping more than 29 million registered users across all age groups and demographics pay for parking easily and securely without the nuisance of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking fines.

In the UK, PayByPhone’s transactions increased by 147% on last year. The company’s rapidly expanding client-base includes NHS hospitals and partnerships with NCP and Transport for London (TfL). Local authorities are also taking notice; on average, every month of 2019 a new local authority signed up to PayByPhone’s service.

These councils are looking for the best solution for motorists as part of their digital transformation journey, and PayByPhone’s app, which has been developed with a user-first ethos, helps to make the transition from traditional parking machines to cashless payments as smooth as possible. Cashless parking payment technology is easy to install on the back-end for local authorities and supports them in their efforts to reduce crime and to improve air quality in their boroughs. Councils also receive data and insights into the usage of the parking in their estate.

Technology for crime and pollution reduction

Budget cuts, environmental concerns and crime against parking machines are some of the challenges facing many UK councils today. As a partner to local authorities, PayByPhone has identified a way for its payment technology to alleviate these issues.

PayByPhone’s Meters for Trees is the first carbon reduction programme of its kind and was created by UK CEO Jonny Combe and his management team. Councils who sign up for the programme agree to reduce the number of parking meters over a period of time in favour of PayByPhone’s cashless system. For every ten parking machines that exist in a participating borough, PayByPhone commits to offset roughly one tonne of carbon dioxide by donating one tree to the council and saving one tonne of carbon dioxide through the Portel-Pará REDD project, a Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) audited project in the Amazon rainforest that combats deforestation.

Meters for Trees is open to all UK councils that use PayByPhone’s service and offers a concrete way for local authorities to reduce their carbon emissions, to save money and to reduce crime. The removal of parking machines means that enforcement vehicles don’t have to travel thousands of miles every year to collect cash and to maintain meters, reducing carbon emissions in the borough and improving the air quality for people who live and work there. It also means that criminals can no longer vandalise and steal cash from parking machines.

Successful roll-out 

Kensington and Chelsea Council in London was the first local authority to enrol in PayByPhone’s ground-breaking initiative, Meters for Trees. Since signing up in June 2019, the council is in the process of removing 700 machines, offsetting 70 tonnes of carbon, and eliminating theft from and vandalism of parking machines, which was costing the council over £120,000 per year. The removal of the parking machines also means that tail pipe emissions from enforcement vehicles, which previously were driving 23,000 miles per year, are no longer contributing to pollution in the borough.

In short, Kensington and Chelsea’s digital transformation journey towards cashless parking payments means that technology is replacing the need for enforcement vehicles on the road and eliminating the opportunity for crime against parking meters.

What’s next

The focus on sustainability and environmental responsibility is likely to intensify over the coming years. This is why it is essential for local authorities to choose the right partner, such as PayByPhone, who can work within the council’s budgetary and time constraints and provide innovative solutions that are quick to implement. As a partner to local authorities, these companies must lead the way and develop innovative long-term programmes that can help the public sector to reduce costs, to meet their environmental goals and to improve their green credentials.

By placing the environment squarely in focus, businesses who work with the public sector on digital transformation can ensure that they improve not only people’s experiences but also air quality and the environment.

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ABOUT PAYBYPHONE

PayByPhone, a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Financial Services AG, is one of the fastest growing mobile payments companies in the world, processing more than £300 million in payments annually. Through the company’s mobile web, smartphone and smartwatch applications, PayByPhone helps millions of consumers easily and securely pay for parking without the hassles of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking costly fines. Registration is quick and easy, and the app reminds the user when their parking is about to expire, allowing them to top up from anywhere, at any time. In a commitment to the environment, PayByPhone became Carbon Neutral certified in the UK in 2019.

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Contact:

Anthony Cashel                                                       Chantal Bachelier-Moore

Marketing Manager, PayByPhone UK              PR Consultant, DAPR

acashel@paybyphone.com                                   chantal@dapr.com

(+44) 7384 259955                                                    (+44) 207 692 4964

 

 

The Impact of The Digital Health Record

Since its founding on the 5th July 1948, the NHS has taken centre stage. Pride and joy of the British people. As a central institution, the NHS represents hard work, endeavour and care; and ensures that access to healthcare, is a universal right, and not a privilege to be enjoyed by the few.

Britain is also blessed with the presence of dedicated private healthcare professionals, who just like the NHS, provide world beating patient care across the nation. But, despite the positive acclaim, the doctors and nurses of Britain’s health services still struggle with the immense challenge of data management; causing critics to argue that the health service is underproductive, inefficient, and lacking in the appropriate resources.

In fairness, Data management is undoubtedly hard. Keeping important patient data stored correctly, with the right access, and the right safety, requires a tailored and considered approach.

Until very recently, healthcare practitioners have been forced to rely upon paper-based data management systems. Managing paper based health records has undoubtedly, over time, proven to be rather unbearable.

It was recently reported that healthcare practitioners often spend as much time on paperwork, as they do treating patients. That’s why healthcare professionals up and down the land are delighted by the introduction of new tech, and new software, such as OpenEyes, that are helping to save time, money, and lives. As an industry often criticised for failing to modernise in step with other sectors, with the help of digitalisation, healthcare is now stepping up to the mark.

For practitioners, new digital tools are changing the game for when it comes to patient care. Digital tools are enabling the doctors and nurses of the NHS to act faster, more efficiently, and with greater purpose. With the ability to access vital personal data at a moment notice, new Digi tech is accommodating for greater patient care analysis, and enabling practitioners to not only track patients, but predict which patients may be vulnerable in the near future.

In a quest to gain a greater insight into the digital transformation in healthcare, Executive TV’s latest programme, entitled, The Impact of The Digital Health Record, takes a closer look at the digitalisation process. We consider the challenges involved with systems migration.  we meet with industry leading businesses, hard-working practitioners, and respected thought leaders to discuss the benefits of digitalisation. We review the latest technology, and we consider in detail, the benefits of digital health records.

The Impact of The Digital Health Record will be first broadcast on our usual channel, Sky 191 on Sunday 23rd February at 10.45, and then, on Sunday 08th March at 10.45am.

After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV have based our success on bringing our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

Healthcare in a Digital World

When it comes to providing the best possible care, healthcare professionals across the United Kingdom are united in the shared belief that the new digital technologies, introduced into the health sector in recent years, have already made an unprecedented impact. Helping to save lives on a daily basis.

Every day, the brave ambulance crews of Britain, the dedicated nurses of the NHS, and the nation’s devoted practitioners and consultants work tirelessly around the clock to serve the British public. Our healthcare professionals play an incredibly important role within society, and it’s no secret that in recent years, they have been put under immense pressure by a lack of funding. Of course, providing emergency care, and long-term patient care, is expensive. To consistently provide high-quality healthcare you must commit to sustained, robust investment, something that critics say, has been severely lacking.

The arrival of digital technologies however, has given the sector great cause for hope. Whilst overall cost reduction may remain an imperative policy for the sector, healthcare professionals can now see clearly, that by making healthcare ‘fully digital,’ they can start on the road to creating a more efficient, cost-effective, and higher quality health service than ever before.

Executive Television’s latest programme, entitled Healthcare in a Digital World, takes a close look at Britain’s healthcare sector, and in a quest to learn more about how digital technologies are changing the health service, we meet with a number of frontline specialist providers.

We meet with the South-Central Ambulance Service a brave group of men and women who are demonstrating that digital tech can not only save lives, but also help to predict and prevent danger in the future.  We also meet with the groundbreaking Ortivus, a company with more than 30 years’ experience in cardiology and medical technology and a market leader in ‘e-health.’ By meeting with these specialists, this episode will shed light on the vitally important work of the health service, and the amazing potential found in harnessing the power of digital technology.

Healthcare in a Digital World will be first broadcast on our usual channel, Sky 191 on Sunday 23rd February at 10.30am and repeated on Sunday 08th March at 10.30am. After the initial broadcast, the programme will then be available online at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV have based our success on bringing our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk

Digital Infrastructure

From saving companies thousands of pounds from reducing their CO2 output, the digitalisation of the private sector continues to evolve.

New technological advances in the sector, from 5G to the internet of things (IoT) are changing the ways that companies can communicate with their customers and utilise data in real time. However they risk falling behind in a world where the technology goes through two to three life cycles in a decade. At Executive TV, the latest programme in our series; Digital Infrastructure, we look at some of the challenges facing the private sector in the era of the digital transformation.

In this programme we hear from several companies working with the private sector in this area. Soitron are an IT service management company that has worked on establishing voice biometric security technology for major European banks to reduce the time it takes identify and authenticate customers. Glue Reply is a specialist company that supports companies in taking control of their data through a common data structure. E-Sign are a leading software integration and API company that assists company in moving to a cloud-based and paperless direction.

Digital Infrastructure will be first broadcast on our usual channel 191 on Sunday 23rd February at 10am, and repeated on Sunday 15th March at 10am. After the initial broadcast, the programme will then be available online at http://www.executivetv.org with the rest of our digital archive.

Digitalisation of the private sector is a project that has significant challenges. As one of the contributor’s mentions, like the industrial revolution of the early 19th century and the Thatcherite revolution of the 1980s, technological advances may see people lose their jobs and be left behind. As well as this, but the technology moves so fast that companies that can quickly fall behind. But the potential of the digital transformation in 5G, the Cloud, IoT and AI would allow companies to improve efficiency, lower costs and carbon footprint as well as increased data from their customers, digitalisation is here to stay.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past six years. Our programming covers the whole breath of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programs; telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV have based our success on bringing our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.

Contact

Executive TV are always keen to hear from the press or from potential partners and are contactable to answer any questions.

Phone: (020) 8446 5460

Email: production@collaborativemedia.co.uk

Web: www.executivetv.org

To stay up to date on all Executive TV projects, programs and activities, please follow us on twitter: @Collabmediauk