Prompted by World Mental Health Day, and to start an open dialogue within Velocitii around mental health, I decided to spend some time talking to the team about what they do in their personal lives to manage their own wellbeing and happiness.
In the midst of the widespread fear and uncertainty that the Coronavirus outbreak has caused, something amazing is happening around the world.
Looking back on 2019 and reflecting on how far Velocitii Digital has come, I realise what an amazing rollercoaster ride it’s been.
While Britain has been going through a period of great turmoil and uncertainty as it prepares to leave the EU, Velocitii has been quietly working on a different kind of exit.
Data has so much potential to bring about change but, like anything with enormous power, it is open to abuse. However working within and around government, we regularly see the other side of the story: data being used for the good of the people.
During my time in government I’ve learned that through specialism, quality of service and a flexible approach it is possible to provide a service that outstrips the competition, whatever their size.