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An interview with Adrian Purewal
It’s the second instalment of our Pride blogs, and this week we’re chatting to Adrian Purewal.
An interview with Russell Allton-White
As part of our Pride blog series, we are chatting with CitySprint's Russell Allton-White.
CitySprint and Clean Air Day 2019
Air pollution is real and is harming the health of millions of UK citizens every day. Thankfully, there are many actions we can take to tackle this problem, resulting in improvements to public health and air quality.
Sustainable delivery - how a courier service can make your business greener
The success of online shopping has forever changed the way consumers engage with the brands and retailers that they know and trust.
How SMEs can get the most value out of their courier service
Creating an efficient delivery operation that adds value and facilitates great customer service is vital for every small and medium-sized business.
Women's History Month 2019- Estella, Engagement Manager
It’s the final instalment of Women’s history month, and today we’re talking with Estella Bryan.
Women's History Month 2019 - Nhadine, General Manager
We’re back again this week with another Women’s history month blog post. Today, we’re chatting with Nhadine.
Women's History Month 2019 - Holly, Sales Manager
To celebrate National Women’s History month, we will be casting a spotlight on amazing women who work for CitySprint. Following on from Monica, this week we’re chatting with Sales Manager Holly.
Women's History Month 2019 - Monica, Relationship Manager
The month of March is now nationally known as Women’s History month which highlights the contributions of women to society and history. We’re proud to announce that 38% of our team consist of females which is above the 20% national average for transport sector employees. To celebrate we are introducing a blog series over the next few weeks to honour the women in our business!
When should SMEs choose an overnight courier service?
Overnight courier services have long been the premium option for express delivery. It’s fair to say it represented a chance for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) to offer added value to consumers who needed goods faster and were willing to pay for the convenience.
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