The leader of the Conservative Party was at STL, a UK-based provider of communication solutions to organisations across a wide range of sectors, this week to applaud the company’s continued growth and to discuss a number issues faced by small and medium enterprises.
Cameron stated: “Growth within organisations such as STL is what powers the UK economy. My wife Samantha is a successful entrepreneur and we understand both the risk and the reward associated with starting and growing a business.”
Brendon Cross, managing director at STL ,said: “We are delighted and proud that David took the time to visit us and we were extremely impressed with his understanding of the operational challenges faced by STL and similar organisations. We took the opportunity to question him on Conservative Party Policy regarding business taxation and also on the poor state of the transport network throughout the UK. These are both issues that need addressing and David was constructive, positive and detailed with his responses.”
STL is based in David Cameron’s West Oxfordshire constituency and from humble beginnings the company has grown into a progressive and innovative reseller of IP based telephony solutions to a wide range of business sectors.
“David clearly understood our business and the importance of added value over and above what is available from large vendors,” said Cros,s who added: “He is also very keen that it should be made easier for businesses like STL to bid for central government contracts, which was very encouraging.”