EAST CAMBS BUSINESS AWARDS: The Copier Warehouse, Littleport, is Business in the Community champion

Ely Standard Business Awards 2013. Business in the Community, The Copier Warehouse Limited. Presente

Ely Standard Business Awards 2013. Business in the Community, The Copier Warehouse Limited. Presented by Advanced Aircraft Training Ltd. - Credit: Archant

The Copier Warehouse Limited won the Business in the Community Award for the way staff are encouraged to engage in community projects.

The Copier Warehouse, of Littleport, has supplied copiers, printers, scanners and fax systems to businesses, individuals and government organisations for 20 years.

Its philosophy is to provide copiers with no contracts to ensure customers’ expectations are met at all times.

The judges said: “The Copier Warehouse demonstrated a real commitment to the principle of “giving back to the local community” which goes far beyond its normal business activity.

“Driven by the ethos of the owner, all members of staff are encouraged to engage in community projects and supported in that way by the company.”


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