Hi-impact are delighted to receive the news that they have been shortlisted for ‘Best Creative Business’ at the Merseyside Independent Business Awards 2019. The MIB Awards were created in 2013 ‘to platform and celebrate independent businesses, their owners and those who support them’.
The shortlist comes following a busy year for hi-impact; not only do they continue to work with schools and business across the UK and beyond delivering technical support, curriculum support and world-class media, but they have also partnered with some fantastic companies to work on national projects such as ‘LitFilmFest’ (a UK based Literacy competition), ‘STEMterprise’ (a farming enterprise project with NFU Education) and ‘RAF Space Camp’ (a week long STEM themed residential camp). As well as this the company continue to make an impact within the community by working closely with local football club Tranmere Rovers on its Education projects, supporting selected local businesses and charities with FREE media services and guiding young people with their journey into careers; more recently becoming a Cornerstone Employer for the Career and Enterprise project.
Managing Director, Alan Thompson, says ‘We are overjoyed at the news of being shortlisted. hi-impact have had a fantastic year and been very fortunate to work on some exciting high-profile events with incredible companies. We are constantly moving at this company and the staff are so passionate and enthusiastic about pushing the boundaries, sourcing new opportunities and making as much of an impact as possible. I am very lucky to be working with such a dynamic, creative and hard-working team of people’
The awards will be held on Thursday 10th October at the Titanic Hotel, Liverpool.
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