Community

As a responsible local business we are proud to have our business established in Manchester and we are keen to get out into the community and help local students and individuals to improve themselves. As part of our ongoing commitment to the local community we are constantly engaging in a number of activities which have involved giving up our time and expertise to for the benefit of local voluntary and educational organisations.

We firmly believe that giving back to the local community is the responsibility of all organisations, not just large blue chip companies, even more so in difficult economic times. As a result, as well as Director-level involvement, we have implemented a policy of encouraging employees to also get involved with these initiatives.




Sale Sports Club

We have supported Sale Sports Club on a number of different campaigns such as ‘Sale Sporties’ and the promotion of cricket club sponsorship and membership. Sale Sports club are a volunteer led multi-sports and social club at the heart of the Sale community. Sale is located on the southern border of Greater Manchester.



Salford Business Education Partnership

We helped out with dragon’s den style judging on the Orange Challenge and have also helped mentor students with their business ideas at the Peter Jones backed National Enterprise Academy in East Manchester - we will also be returning later in the year to present to the new intake of students. http://www.thenea.org



Salford Health Matters

We have worked with Salford Health Matters to design and build both a responsive website and app that was user-friendly for their patients and allowed them to use a range of services in an interactive way. Salford Health Matters are based across Eccles, Little Hutton and Charlestown and Lower Kersal and serve over 15,000 residents in the area.



Salford Foundation

We have engaged with the Salford Foundation on a number of activities including strategic advice on the Foundation’s overall planning process and fundraising efforts as well as also actively getting involved by mentoring 14-16 year olds on their potential career choices. http://www.salfordfoundation.org.uk



University of Salford

We have already helped out judging the Salford Student Life Awards and will also be on the judging panel again in the coming months. The Salford Student Life Awards is an achievement award designed to enhance employability, enterprise and personal development by recognising students involvement in extra-curricular activities such as volunteering, mentoring, Student Union involvement, work experience and enterprise activities. It encourages them to develop the necessary skills and abilities to succeed in the world of work on graduation. http://www.salford.ac.uk



National Enterprise Academy

We helped out with dragon’s den style judging on the Orange Challenge and have also helped mentor students with their business ideas at the Peter Jones backed National Enterprise Academy in East Manchester - we will also be returning later in the year to present to the new intake of students. http://www.thenea.org