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Launching our Shining Stars Awards!
Earlier this year we introduced a quarterly employee awards programme to recognise the dedication, commitment and passion individuals display in their day to day activities to support their colleagues and deliver exceptional customer service.
Project Entrepreneur
I believe one of the most important aspects of leadership is multitasking: the capacity to keep one eye on the present and the other on the future.
Delivering some Christmas cheer...
The festive season is upon us and whilst it is a very busy time of year for both us and our customers, as always it brings into sharp focus the need to help those that are less fortunate than us.
A Tale of two City(s)
The festive period is always a busy time at CitySprint, but the announcement of City Link’s collapse on Christmas Day led to an extra surge of activity, as clients looked for immediate support with scheduled logistics and sought new distribution partners.
Passing on the baton to Glasgow
It doesn’t seem like that long ago when the streets of London were buzzing with the excitement of the Olympics – now, the anticipation moves to Glasgow as we count down to the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Launching the CitySprint Promise
Following on from our annual conference in January, which focused on how we can provide customers with a first class delivery service every time, I am delighted to announce the launch of the CitySprint Promise - our guide to helping us achieve this.
New optical distribution and delivery service
Our Healthcare business took another important step forward today with the announcement of a new optical distribution and delivery service. This will offer optical manufacturers, wholesalers, laboratories and opticians a credible and flexible alternative delivery option to what is currently available.
The Acquisition Trail - part 2
Some of you may recall a blog I wrote in 2011 called The Acquisition Trial, where I talked about how to prepare for an acquisition process from both a vendor and an acquirer perspective.
The Acquisition Trail
The acquisition trail is far from easy. There is a host of research which put the chances of a merger and acquisition success between 50 and 75 percent. Not great odds for the investment in money and time that can go into such business transactions.