Sparta Global featured in The Parliamentary Review 2019


16 September 2019: Sparta Global, a leading provider of technology and business consulting services, has been recognised for industry best practice in a recent government review in the United Kingdom. Released annually, The Parliamentary Review features thriving British businesses and educators. Its aim is to share best practices and raise industry standards by working with several successful organisations up and down the country and across private and public sectors.

Sparta Global was established in 2014 by CEO David Rai and CIO Tim Staton. Born from frustration around the IT skills shortage in the UK, Sparta Global attracts, trains and cultivates the best digital talent in the UK, providing clients with cost effective IT services. Working with more than 100 public and private sector organisations, Sparta is headquartered in London and employs more than 250 staff, with training academies across the UK.

“Over the past four years we have invested millions of pounds in our funded technology training to deliver exceptional digital talent to our public and private sector clients,” comments CEO, David Rai. “We opened a new Head Office in Moorgate in early 2019 and our expansion will enable us to train more than 650 Spartan technology consultants across our academies each year - with the aim to train 500 by the end of 2019, ” adds David.

Speaking of their inclusion in the review, David adds; “It is a great honour to be recognised for best practice in our industry and be featured in The Parliamentary Review. As a company at the forefront of the UK’s training and development of future technology leaders, we will continue to innovate and serve as a benchmark for digital skills training and help more organisations upskill their digital teams with the support of our Spartan consultants.”

Sparta Global’s full Parliamentary Review article can be viewed here.