Flying the flag for the Armed Forces – PwC sponsors RIAT 2017

06 July 2017

I am thrilled that once again, PwC will be sponsoring the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) where we will host a number of the firm’s valued clients and special guests over three fantastic days.

RIAT is one of the world's most recognised airshows, held annually at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. Our guests enjoy an unrivalled view of thrilling military air displays from across the globe, and will also have the opportunity to meet with some of the air crews who will visit our chalet over the three days, most notably the RAF’s own aerobatic team - the Red Arrows.

With this wonderful backdrop, we are also delighted to be able to showcase ‘Intelligent Digital’ at RIAT this year. Intelligent Digital is about how we connect business, technological and human intelligence to solve our clients’ important problems; making a real difference in society. Technology is changing the way we work, and we’re at the forefront – exploring new technologies and trends as they emerge. From Artificial Intelligence to Augmented Reality and 3D Printing to Drones, we’re using these technologies to help our clients work better and prepare for the future. You’ll see more on Intelligent Digital later this year.

In our three years of sponsorship of RIAT, we have signed the Corporate Covenant, received a  Gold award as part of the MoD’s Employer Recognition Scheme and been fortunate enough to build relationships with the Red Arrows and the Chelsea Pensioners; and over the last 12 months alone, we’ve recruited over 200 ex-servicemen and women, across the firm.

With every year that passes, our commitment to the Armed Forces strengthens.

See you at RIAT 2017!

Jon Andrews
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