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Our Corporate Social Responsibility Commitment
There are four pillars that guide our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility at CitySprint. These pillars represent the colleagues behind our brand, the communities in which we work, the courier and business community who work with us, and finally, our commitment to a cleaner, greener future.
CitySprint welcome new apprentices to the workforce!
We have teamed up with Hawk Training to provide bespoke Apprenticeship programmes for 6 Business Administration students and 3 Customer Service students, designed for 16 and overs who aren’t in full time education.
CitySprint set to become part of DPDgroup
We recently announced exciting plans for CitySprint to become part of DPDgroup, Europe’s largest parcel delivery network, subject to regulatory clearance.
Celebrating Learning at Work week with our placement student, Chloe
This week was ‘Learning at Work Week’, and here at CitySprint, we encourage all colleagues to get involved with on the job learning to enhance personal development.
An insight into our female team leaders at CitySprint
To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day, we spoke to our Head of Customer Experience, Sam Sturges, and Head of Finance, Sam Currell, to get an insight into what it’s like being a woman working in the logistics industry.
Our quarter 4 CitySprint heroes of 2020
We’re delighted to reveal our latest set of CitySprint hero award winners.
Our quarter 3 CitySprint heroes of 2020
We’re excited to announce our latest CitySprint heroes award winners.
Recognising our CitySprint heroes
Almost a year ago we introduced our very own CitySprint heroes awards, a new reward and recognition scheme to replace what was formerly known as the Smart Delivery (SMARTIES) Awards.
Direct mail – why businesses need to start sending to home
Want to make sure you spend your budget effectively? Our in-house print and fulfilment experts CitySprint Office explore the changing face of direct mail against the effects of COVID-19.
3 types of customers drinks companies can serve whilst the hospitality sector recovers
From small independent pubs to popular high street restaurant brands and global hotel chains, a wide variety of hospitality businesses have felt the pinch of coronavirus.