JTA proud to be a patron of the official History of Parliament Trust Commonwealth at 70 commemorative album
London, UK; 26 June 2019: World leading independent sports consultancy, JTA (Jon Tibbs Associates Limited), is honoured to be a patron of the official History of Parliament Trust Commonwealth at 70 commemorative album.
Two members of the JTA Board of Directors attended the launch of the book titled Commonwealth at 70 - From Westminster to the World at Westminster Abbey on 25 June 2019, which has been published by St James’s House in commemoration of the birth of the modern Commonwealth.
JTA is proud to feature in the book, which is a thought-provoking collection of stories focused on both businesses and government departments from within the Commonwealth. The book brings together key narratives of best practice to act as a springboard for further debate and cross trade, as well as prompt the discussion of all aspects of the Commonwealth’s member states and the trades within.
The book has been produced as a limited-edition publication bound in a presentation case and made available on a complimentary basis, and delivered to:
Commonwealth Parliamentarians and an active network of more than 17,000 individuals from over 175 national states, provincial and territorial parliaments and legislatures; and
the Commonwealth’s top 3,000 companies across the major world indices.
In addition, an electronic version will be sent to over 90,000 educational institutions around the Commonwealth. This will give further readership of over 10 million.
Founder and Chairman of JTA, Jon Tibbs OBE, said:
“Everyone at JTA is really excited to have worked alongside St James’s House and the History of Parliament Trust on this publication to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth. We are proud to be recognised as a growing British exporter, which is what helped us receive the highly prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade twice, once in 2014 and again in 2018. We are delighted that much of this export work is in Commonwealth countries, and as it celebrates its 70th anniversary, I am convinced that the opportunities for collaboration between member states are more exciting than they have ever been.”
The modern Commonwealth came into being 70 years ago with the London Declaration, signed on 26 April, 1949. Across the Commonwealth, organisations are celebrating the 70th anniversary with a series of events, conferences, competitions and workshops throughout the next year. The Commonwealth is celebrating its anniversary in conjunction with the History of Parliament Trust, which is a research project creating a comprehensive account of parliamentary politics in England, then Britain, from their origins in the 13th century.
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