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Beechfield recognised for continued support of the Carbon Literacy Project


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n March 21, Beechfield Brands received an award from the Carbon Literacy Project in recognition of the company's ongoing support of the climate change project since its inception in 2011.


Purchasing manager Emma Griffiths, who heads up Beechfield Brands' charity work, and Luca Conte, commercial manager, received the award on the night.


Ms Griffiths said: “Beechfield Brands has supported the Carbon Literacy Organisation for a number of years and it was a great privilege to receive an award to recognise this. A number of Beechfield employees are already Carbon Literate and we are aiming to role this out to the whole company later on this year. Carbon Literacy is part of our commitment to 1% For The Planet, part of this involves


Senator Pens continues to donate to worthy causes


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ver the years, Senator Pens has donated to worthy causes, including donating pens to schools in Africa in the past.


More recently, Senator had the opportunity to help closer to home by donating branded pens to a team from their local engineering college who were looking for branded merchandise as part of their entry in a national competition to build Formula 1 car prototypes.


Further to this, the team at Senator continues to raise money through its own ʻtuck shopʼ – which since its launch over six years ago has raised more than £8,500 for good causes. This year, a cheque for £1,500 was donated to Haven House Hospice in Woodford Green – which will be used towards expanding services, such as hospice at home service for children with life-limiting conditions.


volunteering for local environmental charities as well as donating money to charities whose main purpose is guardianship of the planet. "Itʼs brilliant to be able to work for a company that gives so much back to environmental charities and it was an honour to be able to accept the award which recognises this on behalf of Beechfield Brands.”


The Carbon Literacy Project enables employers, educators and communities to empower their people to act on climate change through a dayʼs worth of action- based learning. It has been recognised by the UN and works across seven nations from its base in Manchester.


Emma Griffiths and Luca Conte receive the award from the Carbon Literacy Project on behalf of Beechfield Brands


Whittakers Embroidery employs creative agency to grow online


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lackburn-based Whittakers Embroidery has employed the services of e-commerce agency and hosting provider Nublue to grow the businessʼs online profile.


Whittakers Embroidery has been involved in the garment trade for over three generations. Over the last 10 years the company has been filling the gap in the market for embroidered apparel and now serves all aspects of the personalised clothing sector. From workwear to hospitality garments and uniforms through to equestrian and leisurewear, there is almost nothing the team canʼt embroider. By taking advantage of Nublueʼs


retainer service and dedicated hosting solutions, Whittakers


Embroidery can expect help from the


e-commerce agency in evolving its website


Senator Pens' heads of fundraising Sue Hogan and Ann Harris present the cheque to Natalie


Chevin, head of corporate & major gifts at Haven House


| 10 | May 2019 The team at Whittakers Embroidery


strategically, while ensuring critical repairs are fixed quickly and smoothly. Each retainer is tailored specifically to an individual companyʼs needs, so for Whittakers Embroidery this includes maintaining its current site and improving the user experience, specifically the user journey and customer purchase journey to conversion. Nublueʼs client success manager, Megan OʼTodd, said: “Understandably we are very excited to be working alongside Whittakers Embroidery on a retainer basis to help them achieve their business strategy goals for the foreseeable future. The team is looking forward to seeing how we can help them enhance their site to increase conversions and aid their business growth.”


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