Launching September 2021, the book is produced in partnership with St James’s House and is intended to demonstrate “the excellence, ingenuity, leadership and heritage of UK businesses"
Clasado Biosciences, a developer of prebiotic ingredients for the human gut microbiome, has been described as one of the most innovative businesses in Great Britain in 300 Years of Leadership and Innovation, an official publication for the History of Parliament Trust.
Launching September 2021, the book is produced in partnership with St James’s House and is intended to demonstrate “the excellence, ingenuity, leadership and heritage of UK businesses”.
300 Years of Leadership and Innovation is composed by an editorial team of academics and authors and will be launched to coincide with two landmarks, the year of the Queen’s 95th birthday and the 300th anniversary of the appointment of Britain’s first Prime Minister, Robert Walpole.
It features articles on key personalities that have shaped British society and culture, both past and present. The book also features Clasado, with a closer look at the origins of the business and the journey to its current position of leading commercial prebiotic science around the globe.
Per Rehné, CEO at Clasado Biosciences, commented: “As a business with proud British roots, we’re delighted to be able to support the launch of 300 Years of Leadership and Innovation. It’s important that we continue to celebrate the best of British innovation! Our team is exceptionally proud to be taking leading gut microbiome science to the world’s stage with our unique award-winning prebiotic GOS ingredient Bimuno.”
“By supporting the creation of this book, sharing our history and ambition, we’re showing that Clasado sits right up alongside the best and brightest businesses in the UK. The book looks fantastic and the articles in it are superb – we’re delighted to have been a part of history in this way.”